3 Replies Latest reply on Nov 9, 2010 12:59 PM by Wolf-Dieter Fink

    How to hide [STDERR] caused by ActiveBPEL?

    Cristian Mastrantono Newbie

      Hi guys...

       

      I have several hours fighting with this issue, so I decided to post it here to see if someone had the same problem, or could help me to fix it.
      At the moment of starting up the server, ActiveBPEL throws several lines to the output, like this one.
      2010-11-09 11:46:26,491 ERROR [STDERR] 09-nov-2010 11:46:26 org.activebpel.rt.axis.bpel.web.AeProcessEngineServlet$AeTomcatLogger logInfo
      INFO: [someStuff.bpr] Finished ActiveBpel deployment.
      I want to hide this kind of output, but just for ActiveBPEL only.
      I tried to put a "category" tag inside jboss-log4j.xml but if the "name" attribute of the category is "STDERR", all of the STDERR are hidden in the standar output. And I tried also to change the "name" attribute to "org.activebpel" for example, with no success.
      Any suggestions?
      Best regards.
      Cristian

      I have several hours fighting with this issue, so I decided to post it here to see if someone had the same problem, or could help me to fix it.

       

      At the moment of starting up the server, ActiveBPEL throws several lines to the output, like this one.

       

      2010-11-09 11:46:26,491 ERROR [STDERR] 09-nov-2010 11:46:26 org.activebpel.rt.axis.bpel.web.AeProcessEngineServlet$AeTomcatLogger logInfo

      INFO: [someStuff.bpr] Finished ActiveBpel deployment.

       

      I want to hide this kind of output, but just for ActiveBPEL only.

       

      I tried to put a "category" tag inside jboss-log4j.xml but if the "name" attribute of the category is "STDERR", all of the STDERR are hidden in the standar output. And I tried also to change the "name" attribute to "org.activebpel" for example, with no success.

       

      Any suggestions?

       

      Best regards.

       

      Cristian