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Hi all,

How do I disable the struts2 logging? I'm using Eclipse and Tomcat. I read in previous threads that I can set the log4j to, for example, FATAL, but where do I do this?

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Eddy, Didnt try this..
Read this post
 
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Thanks, Shankar. Looks like it should work. But where is the log4j.xml file? And where should I put it in Eclipse?
 
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Which tool do you use for logging? If it is log4j then which server do you use? it would be in server configuration settings..
 
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I am using log4j with eclipse and tomcat.
 
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eddy, if you are using just tomcat server try setting it in logging.properties available in \conf of tomcat, if it doesnt work then try the log4j.properties..

Truly speaking, i did try the sample in that post, neither i use tomcat. Sorry mate By the time while some bartender comes in and give a thought try in both and verify once, it should be Ok, after all its just change in properties file and starting the server...
 
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