Wednesday, September 26, 2007

log4j and PeopleCode Part III

John Wagenleitner has posted some additional ways to configure log4j with PeopleCode in his post, appropriately titled, Log4j in PeopleCode. If you are considering using log4j with PeopleCode, you will want to take a look at the comments. Scheming together, John and I have come up with a couple of ways to store the log4j configuration in the PeopleSoft database. This is critical if you work in an environment where you don't have access to the application server's file system.


Ciphersbak said...

Hi Jim,

I recently came across this link

Was wondering if we could make use of it.


Jim Marion said...

I have seen Logback, but haven't used it. Looking over the examples, it seems like it would be feasible to use it from PeopleSoft. I suggest you download it, put the jar file in your $PS_HOME/class directory, and test it.