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I have just download java rebel and it its plugin for Spring frame works.

But when I see the logs I am not getting any javarebel logs

except copyright & license information.

Does javarebel uses log4j ?

How to see logger info for that ?

Thanks
[ August 12, 2008: Message edited by: Kuldeep Yadav ]
 
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JavaRebel doesn't log specially much, only issues some statements to console. If you want to see a detailed log you can add "-Drebel.log=true" to the JVM command line. This will create a JavaRebel.log file in the same directory that javarebel.jar is in.
 
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Originally posted by Jevgeni Kabanov:
JavaRebel doesn't log specially much, only issues some statements to console. If you want to see a detailed log you can add "-Drebel.log=true" to the JVM command line. This will create a JavaRebel.log file in the same directory that javarebel.jar is in.



Yes it works. Using -Drebel.log=true logs can be added into JavaRebel.log

Is their any way to specify log file and its path ?
[ August 12, 2008: Message edited by: Kuldeep Yadav ]
 
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