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posted 8 years ago
I have a jar(common.jar) file which will be used by all the
applications. I put it under WebSphere\AppServer\lib\ext folder. The common.jar uses log4j.
If we have J2EE application which also use log4j, it has its own log4j.properties. Will log4j.properties in common.jar affect log4j.properties in the J2EE application? Thanks
posted 3 years ago
That depends upon the class loader policy that you set and also the hierarchy.
EAR - PARENT
JAR - CHILD
Usually it is either single / multiple .
I agree. Here's the link:
log4j setting in enterprise project structure
Need to do logging with my own log4j.properties with jboss 6.0!
Loading Log4j.jar from another Jar