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Debug logging on Sun Appserver vs. Tomcat

G Horie
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Joined: Feb 03, 2005
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Hey Folks,

I have a Servlet/JSP webapp that I've deployed in a Tomcat v.5.5.4 and it works all nice and dandy.

Now I have a requirement to deploy the same application in the Sun Reference implementation (Edition 8.1 2005Q1). So I went and checked out the J2EE Tutorial on the Sun site and tried deploying it as per the instructions. Of course it didn't work and after much head-banging, I've come here.

I'm sure its something relatively simple in the configuration that is going awry and I'm open to hear suggestions about this, but my real question is this. Can someone point me in the direction of the Sun app server log file that holds my application's System.out.println() debugging statements. I've looked around the system and all I can find are the server.log and the access logging for the web app.

Tomcat includes these debugging statements right at the admin console, but I don't see anything like this for the Sun app server. I tried turning the Web Container logging to "FINEST" in the admin console, but I still don't see my debug logging.

All comments are appreciated. :-)

Thanks,

- Greg.
Mark Spritzler
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Moving this to the SUN(tm) App Server forum.

Mark


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G Horie
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Joined: Feb 03, 2005
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Thanks for the redirect Mark.
G Horie
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Well it looks like I managed to get it working after all. The problem was not in the log settings after all and the log entries are now going into the server.log.

- Greg.
 
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