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tomcat 8.0x java.util.logging.Logger.log to file  RSS feed

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style to log in my java web application. I start tomcat 8.0.21 from startup.bat (project requirement) on windows 10. I can see all the logging in console window, including java.util.logging.Logger.log logging. But I can't see any java.util.logging.Logger.log logging in tomcat standard log files - %tomcat%/logs/catalina.2018-07-31.log and localhost.2018-07-31.log. I cant see all the tomcat logging, but not my web application logging. I need to track some problems with my web application on client machines in production, because I can't model such problems on my local computer. I need to see my logging along with other tomcat logging in %tomcat%/logs/catalina..log. It would be better to to use tomcat logging configuration for all the projects. But using a per-project configuration is acceptable too. I have googled the whole day, but all the recipes I found did not work for me. Please don't offer to use log4j. Using java.util.logging is a project requirement. Here is my %tomcat%/conf/logging.properties file

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