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Configuring SLF4J

 
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Hi, i have a Hibernate Java Application Tester which i use slf4j for my console output .... The loggers work fine but only display info within the application class. I have other classes on different packages using the same slf4j logger, but none of those are displayed ... My log4j.properties is placed under the src directory ... All my classes are situated on their respective packages and use slf4j, but only the class with main() method gets logged/display ... Any reason for that?

here's my log4j.properties



my application class



other classes not displayed ...


finding Member instance with property: does not get displayed
 
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