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log4j - No appenders could be found for logger

 
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I am getting below error while trying to write through log4j



Can you please let me know what should be causing this? I have log4j.properties in class-path.
 
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Try putting that log4j.properties under src/main/resources directory and check if that helped solving the error?
 
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I am on IBM RAD. Tried creating src/main/resources and pasted the properties file there. It doesn't work.
 
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Akhilesh Trivedi wrote:I am on IBM RAD. Tried creating src/main/resources and pasted the properties file there. It doesn't work.



Where are you configuring the appender for "logger" I do not see that in your log4j.properties. In your log4j.properties, you have an appender named A1, but where is logger?
 
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