2 Replies Latest reply on Sep 6, 2006 2:25 PM by Roland Kofler

    Does JBoss log RuntimeExceptions in a reasonable way?

    Roland Kofler Newbie

      I guess most experienced people in java agree that RuntimeExceptions represent Errors, while Checked Exceptions represents a sort of return values.
      A Container like JBoss should catch application errors aka RuntimeExceptions at some point and log them away. So application developers like me can follow the stacktrace and find/ debug the cause of the error.
      Jboss does behave like this, but with a big drawback: it logs only the RuntimeExceptions Message, NOT the full stacktrace! Thus rendering the logfile analysis mostly useless.
      Does anybody know the reason JBoss behaves like this and if there exists a remedy?