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Hi
We are facing a problem (File not found) when specifying custom logging properties in a file external to the application.
Please help in figuring out the issue. Thanks in advance.

We have created a custom Logger class which wraps the JDK logger (initiates it too)
We have used the custom Logger to handle logging in web-service implementations.

The following is the code in the custom Logger class


The following is a section of the MY_logging.properties file that we need to access. This file is supplied in a jar (its in the base directory) which is set in shared-lib of the server. We are using Websphere App Server v7


The following is the exception which we get:
 
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Your logging config file is not being picked up in the CLASSPATH, you might need to play around with how you are deploying it. Maybe try placing in the WEB-INF/classes dir
 
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