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Mark Reyes
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Joined: Jul 09, 2007
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Hello,

Good Day..

I am trying out some example regarding logging in the database from JDBCAppender of Log4J from the book that I am reading but can't seem to make it work.

Here is the code where the book tried extending the JDBCAppender



...and here's my modified properties file



From what I am seeing, it was able to instantiate the class CustomJDBCAppender because the constructor was called but the overriden method was not called...

I would really appreciate all your pointers. Thanks.


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Jaikiran Pai
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Your CustomJDBCAppender class doesn't seem to have a "package" declaration. Add the following package declaration to that class:


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Mark Reyes
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Hello,

Sorry..I forgot to include that when I copied the definition of my class but my class is package accordingly.



But still the overriden execute method was not executed accordingly. Maybe I am missing something that I need to place in the code, Thanks.
 
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