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Not able to save logs into .log file

 
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I am using SLF4J and as per requirement i have to store the logs into the .log file. But when i run the program the log are not written into thelog file.

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i want to store the log into the C:\checkLog.log.

does anyone help me to solve this problem.

 
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Is your log4j properties in the CLASSPATH?
 
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Hi Martijn Verburg,

Thanks for your quick response..!!

But how can i put log4j.properties into CLASSPATH..?? As this is not a jar file.

Any suggestion for store the log4j.properties into classpath.?

Thanks ,
 
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You can drop it into any directory that is on your CLASSPATH, so for example in the directory that has your .class files (or your .jar file) or say where your third party libs are (log4j.jar).
 
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I have added ths log4j.properties into the classpath..

here is the .classpath now..!!




But now if i run the program ..still the debug values are not saved into the C:\checkLog.log file..

does i am missing something.??
 
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Ah, I see you are using Eclipse . You almost had the right idea! You can't actually add the log4.properties file as a library, so you'll want to remove that line to start with.

All you need to do is to put the log4j.properties file into one of your src directories. When Eclipse compiles for you it will make a copy of that file into the target directory, which means it's automatically on the CLASSPATH.
 
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Hi,

here is the project structure.


Yes you are right...if i put log4j.properties file into the src directory,the eclipse load that file into CLASSPATH automatically.

But still the debug statement value is not stord into the file (C:\checkLog.log).

For storing that log,does i need to do some extra configuration into the Eclipse.??


Thanks,
 
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OK, good stuff! Now you need to look at the Threshold value you have set in your properties file, see how it's set to INFO? That's too high for your debug messages....
 
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Here is modified log4j.properties.



when i run the program i get following output on console.

In main method i have added following code for showing all values.




I can see following output on console



but i am not able to see debug value on console as well as in log file..!!

 
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Try DEBUG as opposed to debug in your properties config.
 
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Hi,

I tried with DEBUG Value. Still debug value is not stored into the file as well as on console

I tried with isDebugEnabled() method which always return false result..

Do i need do some configuration for isDebugEnabled() to set true.???

I am using SLF4J.

Thanks
 
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Can you show your logger configuration for the console appender? I only se the file one there
 
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log4j.property file:
I have done some modification with log4j.property file.
here is complete log4j.property file.



 
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TRy setting a threshold on your CA appender.
 
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Still it is not working..

 
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Hi..

I think this is problem of SLF4J. Because i tried with Log4J I am able to store the log into the log file.

 
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I'm not overly familiar with SLF4J, I was pretty much steering you in the direction that Log4J would take (I understand they have similar configuration). Have you tried the how to examples on the slf4j website?
 
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Hi Martijn Verburg

I am able to run the application with storing the log into log files.
I have added 3 jars into CLASSPATH as
1. log4j-1.2.12.jar
2. slf4j-api-1.6.1.jar
3. slf4j-log4j12-1.6.1.jar

Thanks for your quick response.

Regards
Arvind
 
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Arvind Porlekar wrote:Hi Martijn Verburg

I am able to run the application with storing the log into log files.
I have added 3 jars into CLASSPATH as
1. log4j-1.2.12.jar
2. slf4j-api-1.6.1.jar
3. slf4j-log4j12-1.6.1.jar

Thanks for your quick response.

Regards
Arvind



Hi Martin,

Even I’m facing the same problem. I tried with simple java application, that’s working fine.

But for web application ‘m not at all getting the logs both in log file & console.

If you share your web application log4j example. Really that helps me a lot.

Thanks,
Geeta
 
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Even i am facing the same issue. As soon as the application boots up. It reads the properties file and creates the log file. But nothing gets logged into the file.

Any solution found?
 
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Hi,

I had the same error and had done all the suggestions in many forums, nothing worked out for me.
Then i went to Apache-Log4j site and found this solution.

I am using Jboss 7.1 AS. In the configuration file - standalone.xml edit the follwoing tag. (stop your server and edit)


The ALL has the lowest possible rank and is intended to turn on all logging.
 
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