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Hi,
i using JForum, it's a good product.

I can't understand how to configure properly the logging... i don't reach to have a usefull log. I don't have many time to study the case...

Anyone have a log4j.xml example file ???

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PS - Great Rafael, good work...


[originally posted on jforum.net by KRi STi AN]
 
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See this link .. it is an updated log4j for jforum, with some extra params ( to append logs to some file )..

But I don't like the xml configuration anyway.. there isn't much documentation about it.. if you are getting problems with it, just use the .properties configuration, which is very well documented in the log4j page.

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[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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