1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 10, 2005 6:18 PM by Shailesh Pawar

    Using Commons-logging with JBoss

    Shailesh Pawar Newbie

      My application uses commons-logging and works fine with Tomcat. With JBoss 4.0.0 RC2 it does not work. I have made jboss settings as given on wiki page, http://wiki.jboss.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=Logging under heading
      "Using your own log4j.xml file - class loader scoping"

      This works fine as long as I use log4j's
      Logger log = Logger.getLogger(My.class);
      With this log file is properly created.

      But if I use following commons-logging statement,
      Log log = LogFactory.getLog(My.class)
      then it does not work. No error is given on jboss console, but also no log file is created.

      Any Idea why it does not work? Am I have to do any additional settting to configure jboss for commons-logging??

      Please help and Thanks in Advance

        • 1. How to use Commons-logging with JBoss??
          Shailesh Pawar Newbie

           

          "ShaileshJboss" wrote:
          My application uses commons-logging and works fine with Tomcat. With JBoss 4.0.0 RC2 it does not work. I have made jboss settings as given on wiki page, http://wiki.jboss.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=Logging under heading
          "Using your own log4j.xml file - class loader scoping"

          This works fine as long as I use log4j's
          Logger log = Logger.getLogger(My.class);
          With this log file is properly created.

          But if I use following commons-logging statement,
          Log log = LogFactory.getLog(My.class)
          then it does not work. No error is given on jboss console, but also no log file is created.

          Any Idea why it does not work? Am I have to do any additional settting to configure jboss for commons-logging??

          Please help and Thanks in Advance