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Configuring multiple file destinations in log4j properties

 
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Hi,
I have one Log4j.properties file for my web application.



Now i want, only some of my classes () inside this application logs their messages in other file "special.log".

I searched it at many places including Apache resources but couldn't figure out how to do that.
Any help/link will be helpful.

Thanks.
 
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Configure the class/package with both a log level and a list of appenders.
 
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Thanks David for your reply, i tried following but it didn't worked -



It logs same (all) messages to both files. where as i want special.log should have only messages from
 
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