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Configure log4j with WAS 5

 
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I am using log4j on my app. When I use it in my WSAD environment, log4j works fine, and logs are generated. But when I deploy the ear file onto Websphere server, I get an error message: "..log4j is not initialized properly, and that no appenders are found.."
Additional Info:
1. log4j.xml is stored in WEB-INF/Classes under my project ear folder.
2. log4j jar file sits in the lib folder.
3. If i move log4j.xml into WAS_ROOT/AppServer/properties, it works fine. But i am not sure if this is the right thing to do, bcz i have multiple projects under AppServer, and they would have different versions of log4j properties, right?
Any help is greatly appreciated.
Thanks.
 
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This is some additional info that I wanted to add to the question


I tried DEBUG=TRUE, but that didnt really help.


If I move the log4j.xml higher up to properties under Appserver, it works, so I am assuming it is not really a problem with locating the jar files.


Is there anything that I need to specify on the WAS administrative console for it locate the properties file.


Thanks
 
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