Questions tagged [java.util.logging]

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JUL to SLF4j with oracle jdbc driver

I am trying to redirect java.util.logging messages logged by the oracle jdbc driver and the oracle ucp (universal connection pool) library, but not able to do so. The messages logged by my application using JUL get logged but the ones logged by the oracle libraries are not getting logged. My intent...
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Logging Multiple Instances Once into Console - java.util.logging.Logger

Getting Java Logger to echo-return a single message inside console. After multiple JSON objects are successfully loaded. In my server/client framework, I have multiple defining JSON objects, server-sided. Thus, a java.util.logging.Logger is a helpful informant. If or if not, said JSON files or 'obje...
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Tomcat logging confusion

I have a fresh installaion of tomcat. To improove the logging I edit the conf/logging.properties. Step 1 I change the Line java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler.level = FINE to java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler.level = FINER Step 2 And append the line org.apache.catalina.level = FINER Step 3 Then I start...
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use both log4j and java.util.logging together

We are using log4j for logging but Application also depend on several third parties which use java.util.logging. It is pretty straight forward to change format in logging.properties to make it same like other logs but how do I make sure that these third parties write in same file as main application...
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Weblogic 12c: separate logging for a web application

I am trying to get Weblogic 12c to do logging separately for application instead of writing everything to server logs. I am using java.util.logging as follows: private static final Logger log = Logger.getLogger(ReceiveController.class.getName()); ... log.info('Initializing...'); This is my weblogic....
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Configure logger from properties file

I have class LoggerInitializer with method: public static void initLogger() { try { LogManager .getLogManager() .readConfiguration( Service.class.getResourceAsStream('/logging.properties')); } catch (IOException e) { System.err.println('Could not setup logger configuration: ' + e.toString()); } } Wh...
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How to prevent JBoss EAP 6.4.X from resolving expression in property value?

I have Jboss server (EAP 6.4.X) working in domain mode. In domain.xml I have custom-handler defined. Class specified in custom-handler definition is enclosed in Jboss module. The definition is as follows: ... ... When I start the Jboss I get this error: 2018-12-04 18:33:30,564 ERROR [org.jboss.as.co...
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Using simple class name in java logging formatter

I have a SimpleFormatter for logging in my application with the string '%1$tF %1$tT %4$-7s %2$s %5$s%6$s%n' I would like to use the simple class name rather than the canonical name. Is there a format option I can use with the 2$ field? Or does this require writing a new Handler? For example, rathe...
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Specify own Formatter in configuration file of java logger

I wrote a Formatter (test.MyFormatter) by extending the class java.util.logging.Formatter; Now I want to use test.MyFormatter instead of java.util.logging.SimpleFormatter: in the configuration file i replaced the entry: java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler.formatter = java.util.logging.SimpleFormatter w...
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Display FINE log level in output

how can i display the fine log message in output screen in java?
venki
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how do I set the loggers in netbeans to print exceptions information to files?

I'm using NetBeans IDE to develop a project for my senior year. The project has to be handed as jar. The project works fine within NetBeans ( when im using 'run project'). So , I created an executeable jar file to it . Unfortunately , the jar file doesnt work , and probably throws execeptions that...
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Specify multiple loggers with multiple handlers for one class in java.util.logging

Is it possible to define two separate loggers each with its dedicated file handler for one class using java.util.logging? I want separate log file for errors and other application messages. I am trying but no success so far. Can anyone suggest what is the possible solution for this? I am initializi...
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Is it possible to specify a java.util.log formatter via a -D option or some way that doesn't require a code change?

I have a java program which is using the default XML logging as no formatter is defined, I am wondering if there is a way to change this outside of modifying the code or adding a logging.properties file(it has none atm). Is there a way to specify/change the default file handler from XML to SimpleFor...
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How can I check to see if a java.util.logging.Logger already exists before creating it?

I am running into a java.util.logging deadlock that I suspect is related to the way that I am checking for the existence of a Logger before (possibly) creating it. My question is: What is the best way to check—in a threadsafe manner—for a Logger's existence before creating it, and to block some...
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Cobertura and skipping of Java logging (isLoggable) within Jenkins

I'm currently in the process of becoming a TDD hacker. As part of this I feel that a code coverage report like the one Cobertura generates is a essential piece of tool. But, my code coverage is somewhat bloated as the following code doesn't get covered correctly: if(logger.isLoggable(Level.INFO)) {...
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Config files needed for SLF4J bridging

I am writing a Java app that will use SLF4J to handle logging with a runtime binding of JUL (Java Utils Logging). Thus my classpath will have slf4j-api-1.6.4.jar as well as slf4j-jdk14-1.6.4.jar on it. JUL can be configured via logging.properties so I will need that on my classpath too. In order to...
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Capture GlassFish log file into SQL/JPA data base

I need a little help getting started. I have a new JSF-2 web application that I intend to deploy under GlassFish 3.1 (or higher). Normally the server stores all its log files as text in one of its private directories, which also includes the logging I do with ether System.println( .. ) or somethi...
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Java app printing logging related error messages to stdout

When I run my java application, it prints to standard output the following two lines: Bad level value for property: .level Bad level value for property: java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler.level This appears to be output from java.util.logging (?) However in my project, I'm using log4j and slf4j. As fa...
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java util logging multiple handlers causing repetitive log messages

I have a situation where multiple handlers are being set into a single logger. Each Handler replaces sensitive information from being logged. Please see the below SSCCE import java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler; import java.util.logging.Formatter; import java.util.logging.LogRecord; import java.util.l...
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Is there any possible log separate files for different package in the Glassfish

We are using glassfish as our application server. We want to log messages separately. For example if the log from xxx.company.xxx.service package, the log file is named as service.log, and if the log from xxx.company.xxx.dao, the log file is named as dao.log. Right now, all the log message are prin...
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In Java - Can I set log level pr thread?

I always wondered if it would be possible to programatically set the log level of java.util.logging on a pr thread level. The usecase is, in a web server. If my code detects that a certain user has an abnormal level of errors, I would like to enable trace logging for that customer. I was thinking of...
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javafx application write log to file [duplicate]

This question already has an answer here: How to write logs in text file when using java.util.logging.Logger 9 answers I am trying to configure my multi-stage application to also output console messages (log) to a file. So here is my main class: public class Main extends Application { private Stage...
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Mobile First - How to segmentate logs depending on the session

I'm working on a mobile banking solution using Mobile First v 7.0 and one of the requirements is to isolate the customer's logs in a dedicated log file which gets created once a session is started to track all the details by session. Is it possible to do such thing ? I'm using Liberty profile v 8.5...
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Additional info from MDC to logs (java.util.logging)

Exist any possibility to add MDC to java.util.logging ? If yes, how to reach it ?
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Glassfish logging not working as expected

I setup my logger using: private static final Logger LOG = Logger.getLogger(Bar.class.getName()); where Bar has structure: de.foo.aip.web.action.Bar Now in my glassfish, I set the level: de.foo.aip to Level WARNING. I thought it would apply to my Bar class. However this does not apply. When I set t...
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jul-to-slf4j for specific classes only

I'm working on a JSF-Project with Primefaces on Websphere Application Server. Since Primefaces uses java.util.logging, I'm using the jul-to-slf4j Bridge to capture the Primefacs Logs into my Log4J Logfile. But using the jul-to-slf4j Bridge, all java.util.logging Messages will be in my Logfile, inclu...
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java.util.logging can't share the logger between two classes

I'm trying to redirect the logs from two classes (in package com.project.callcontrol) to the same file. This is how I initiate the logger in both the classes private static final Logger logger = private static Logger log = Logger.getLogger(CCPurgeEvent.class.getName()); private static Logger log =...
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How (and why) should a JUL configuration class be initialized?

I have a command line tool (frontend.java) using an args4j options class (Options.java) and a JUL configuration class (LogConfig.java). Because in my actual application I need to see and use the selected options in order to configure logging, I have a static getter in frontend that returns the vario...
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How to save java.util.logging output in docker volume

i have a java application. I export my project as a .war file, build a docker container and run it. The structure is the following. For the logging i use the library from java. import java.util.logging.Logger; In my application i define my variable: private static final Logger logger = Logger.getLog...
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How to customize java log file to contain at most N log records only instead of size in bytes

I am using java.util.logging to generate log files. It make use of FileHandler to write write records into the log files. The FileHandler class contains limit parameter to decide when to create new file in case size (in bytes) of the current log file has exceeded the limit. Is there any way we can...
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JUL logging - instance prefix on message

I would like my logger to prefix a text string on each message, because I need to identify which instance of a class has logged the message. How can I accomplish this? I don't want to have to remember to add the prefix on each logging method call, so I'm looking for a solution which is more like a d...
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How to print the output of a bash script to Java standard output [duplicate]

This question already has an answer here: Redirect Runtime.getRuntime().exec() output with System.setOut(); 3 answers I want to see the output of a bash script to be printed in my java standard output. My shell script script01.sh looks like this: #!/bin/bash echo 'SQL version is:' basename $(docker...
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java.util.logging - How to force all Loggers to obey given format from within the app's runtime? (HSQLDB)

In my app, I would like some way of formatting. For that purpose, I wrote a SingleLineFormatter extends Formatter. Now I am trying to set all Loggers to use it, but can't figure that out. LogManager.getLogManager().readConfiguration((InputStream) configIS); Collections.list(LogManager.getLogManager(...
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How do I suppress specific loggers in java.util.logging?

I'm trying to get processable logs of deep issues occurring with a JavaFX WebView. This configuration (unsurprisingly) gives me masses of events unrelated to my problem: handlers= java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler .level= FINEST java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler.level = FINEST java.util.logging.Consol...
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SOLR : Logging Bad Requests

I cant seem to figure out how to make Solr log all bad resuests - Basically whenever a bad URL comes in, say, a request on a requesthandler that does not exist like qt=unknownhandler, I need to log it. I can see the Solr startup logs and exception logs in my log file, but NOT the bad requests. Im lo...
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Level configuration Java Logging API by properties file

i have trouble using the java logging api. My error seems to be pretty basic but i can't find it. I use the following configuration file : handlers= java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler.level = ALL .level= FINEST com = SEVERE But it seems that only the .level-parameter i...
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Where is my log file?

I'm having trouble finding my physical log files. I'm using the java.util.logging classes. I have a trivial sandbox class containing the following code: package test; import java.util.logging.Level; import java.util.logging.Logger; public class TestLogging { public static void main(String[] args) {...
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Periodic java logging

Can i flush all the logs based on time interval using configuration file. Searched a lot. Didn't find any. Short cut is using Timer ourselves and flush all loggers. But wanted to know whether configuraiton file allows it.
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Standard file logger that uses date for file-naming?

I'm not too familiar with Java logging configuration but I basically would like my app-logging to work in the same way as when using a wrapper config file to run a Java app: wrapper.logfile.rollmode=DATE wrapper.console.format=PM wrapper.console.loglevel=INFO wrapper.logfile=/home/logs/wrapper_YYYYM...
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Force JUL with clojure.tools.logging

My Clojure app needs to log through Java.Util.Logging (JUL) because custom log rotation is no supported at the moment with Elastic Beanstalk. I'm using clojure.tools.logging to write the log files, but the library keeps auto-selecting log4j as the logging engine. How can I force clojure.tools.loggi...
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