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Dear ranchers,

I recently used Oracle Application Server and deployed my WAR file in it.

My question is: where can i find the output of the exception printStackTrace() in Oracle Application Server?
 
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printStackTrace goes to the standard error stream. This typically writes to the console and a log file
 
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Dear Jeanne,

Thank you very much for your response, you are right, it should be written in a log file, but the problem is that where is that log file? im new in Oracle Application Server and im trying to improve my skills.

Your response is highly appreciated.
 
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Hussam,
I haven't used this particular product, but I bet the help manual tells you where the logs directory is stored.
 
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Jeanne,

Thanks for the reply, i read many articles and manuals, but still didnt find this log, because there are many logs generated by Oracle Application Server for different purposes.

Thanks again and have a nice weekend.
 
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