[logback-user] Logback, 2 ears and 1 jboss

Ceki Gulcu ceki at qos.ch
Fri Aug 7 15:58:30 CEST 2009

The <include> element is a way to build an XML file from parts found in other 
XML files. There are no limitations regarding the number of appenders you can 
place in the included XML file.

I am afraid I did not understand the rest of your question. What do you mean 
when you write "In a few words, this is the problem..." ?

José Juan Montiel wrote:
> Hi,
> this is my first time... :)
> There is some limit in the numbers of appender that i define in a file included?
> I have a logback.xml with 2 include...
> 	<include resource="logback-X1.xml"/>
> 	<include resource="logback-X2.xml"/>
> and de same number of appender in each file APP1_X1, APP2_X1... and
> APP1_X2, APP2_X2...
> And when application start server output...
> APP1_X1
> APP1_X_n-(x)
> ..
> APP2_X2_n-(x+1)
> APP2_X2_n
> In a standalond example (1 jar, 1 jvm), works ok....
> In a few words, this is the problem...
> And another question, diferences between documentation about
> wars/tomcat and ears/jboss?
> Thanks in advice, and greate job.
> PD: Git seems great for branches and branches... and offline, but as
> the first response, i thin there is good: "eclipse team sincronize" :)

Ceki Gülcü
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