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log4j properties file in my ear (ow!)

 
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I woudld like to use a common properties file for all applications deployed in an EAR. Is there a strategy for this type of log4j implementation?
I'm using it without issue from a WAR file, but when I move it to the EAR I receive a log4j configurator exception. Currently I've placed it at the root level of the package.
I am working with WLS7.0 deployed on Linux Red Hat.
Thanks,
b5
 
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