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can log4j entries exist in a file that is named anything other than log4j.properties?

 
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This might sound silly but we're trying to explore the possibility of having log4j entries in file with a name other than log4j.properties such that it will cause minimal changes to our deployment process. Can log4j entries exist in a file that is named anything other than log4j.properties?

Have performed a small test where log4j entries were part of a file with name testlogconfig.properties on the classpath but the entries are not read. The moment we rename this file from testlogconfig.properties to log4j.properties it works.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Sunil
 
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