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Is there a easy way for jForum to output logs into the same directory as jForum, instead of inside Tomcat's log folder?

The reason is that in the server I am using (with Resin), I don't have access to the logs files and hence cannot troubleshoot easily. So a viable solution is to have the logs at the jforum folder. I guess this problem also applied to the Tomcat user as well.

Well, actually I will have to look into how log4j works if the solution to the above isn't a quick one.



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You may use logj4 if you want.

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[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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