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Error message when Tomcat stops : ParameterizedMessage NoClassDefFoundError

 
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Hi,

Our application is based on the following stack :
Spring Core + Spring Web flow + JSP + servlets + java 8 + JPA 2 + Tomcat 7.
From time to time when we stop the application which is running on Tomcat 7, we get the following error message :



I noticed other people have had this error message when Tomcat stops.
What could be the problem ?

Thanks for helping.
 
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What version of log4j is on your system?

This Log4J Jira ticket suggests it's been fixed in a 2.7 patch, so anything 2.7 onwards(?).
 
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We use log4j 2.7.
I upgraded to version 2.8 and i no longer have the error.

Thanks for pointing me out to the right direction
 
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