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Unhandled execption in EXE containing executable jar file.

 
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Hi,

I have created one executable Jar file, to which i pass arguements. and from that executable jar file i have created exe file using jar 2 exe converter.

now that exe file is called by another application. and if my java program throws some execptions which i have not handled.

where can i find the execption ???

I have cheked windows EventViewer but could not find anything about the exe.

Can anybody help me out with this issue ???
 
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Simply logs the exception either on console or (more better) in file.
 
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yeah... but what if i havent loged it... and i want to know what was the error... by default does jvm create log file somewhere.....
 
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Jigar Naik wrote: by default does jvm create log file somewhere.....


NO. As far as my knowledge and experience is concerned the unhandled error/exception goes to the default console. In my case its mostly CMD.
 
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So basically it stays in a buffer...
 
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I can't say where it stays exactly but the good practice will be to define checked custom exception class for your app and log them if they get thrown during execution.
 
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Hi again,

I have done all the logging in my program.. but what i can see in the log file... that it has printed only first 2 statements... and rest of the statement were not printed in to the log files...

plus there has not been logged any error... i have done all the exception handling...

the only possibility i can see is that, there might be an internal error in log4j.
I have checked the log4j api, which says…

You can enable log4j internal logging by defining the log4j.configDebug variable.





I have enabled log4j loggin… but all the log statements are getting printed on console only… what I am trying is to print log4j internal logging statement in a separate file…

How do I do that ???

Below is my log4j.properties file.


Can anybody help me out with this issue…
 
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