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Logging Problems in a ear with multiple modules

 
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Hi,

I have an ear with 5 war modules; unfortunately the logging is not happening in 2 mdoules whereas it happens in the other 2 modules;but the functionality works fine for the 4 modules which means flow goes thru these code.

my code is like this..
 
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And log4j.xml is
 
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Was able to figure out the issue..

instead of war level log4j.xmls ; i had it ear level

Also there were 2 versions of log4j jars even that caused an exception

I read that we need to have only 1 version

even though strangely the same code works on WAS5.1 with both version of jars but doesnt in WAS6.1

removed the older version and now its working fine

Thanks everyone

 
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