[logback-user] Trouble setting up logback in tomcat.

Marten Deinum marten.deinum at conspect.nl
Wed Dec 20 16:07:29 CET 2006

Hello Sébastien,

Thanks for taking the time to respond.

Sébastien Pennec wrote:
> I've seen that you put commons-logging-1.1.jar *and*
> jcl104-over-slf4j-1.1.0-RC1.jar 
> in commons/lib directory.
> ...
> On the other hand, intercepting Tomcat's own *internal* logging is
> something that we 
> do not recommand at this time.
That was one of the many feeble attemps to get logging working for our
application, however I already removed them and now have just the logging
tomcat provides (for tomcat that is). So no tomcat logging is going thru
slf4j at the moment.

Sébastien Pennec wrote:
> The information I gave you should allow you to configure and use logback
> as your 
> logging implementation, for your application.
I tried it with the jars and configuration you mentioned, however I still
have no logging :-(.

Currently I have the following logging jars and configuration

WEB-INF/lib/jcl104-over-slf4j-1.1.0-RC1.jar (we use some libraries in our
web-app which use/require commons-logging)

Here is the contents of my  http://www.nabble.com/file/4968/logback.xml
logback.xml  file. It might be a configuration issue then? The configuration
you see is the one generated (almost) with the configuration tool on the
logback website. In the config I intentionally set the org.springframework
logging to debug, it generates lots of debugging output, but alas I see
none, not even a file is generated.

Thanks again, kind regards,
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