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Hi,

I have application running on websphere on local machine and on production server. I have "System.out.print" statements in java code which I can see on console on local machine but I can not see production servers console.

I manage production server through admin application. Are these console logs stored in some log file? if yes then how can I find this file? I wants to see logs printed by my code on production server.

Please advice.

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Using System.out is a bad practice from a performance and maintannce point of view and those statements can even be disabled by the WebSphere Admin. But the statements are normally logged into the SytemOut.log in the [APPSERVER_INSTALL/logs/[SERVER]/ directory.
 
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