I have defined a fileappender and while it creates the log file correctly, but with 0bytes and #Loggers. I can get it to create the log file by programmatically configuring log4j, but I would like to get away from that. This log4j.properties file will create a log file named example.log in the folder d:/logs. The Apache Commons Logging ... property to specify the name of a Log4J configuration file. File Logging : How to configure log4j to ... /logs is already present as log4j will not create it. By default, Log4j looks for a configuration file named log4j2.xml (not log4j.xml) in the classpath. For information on working with an XML format file, refer to the Apache log4j documentation. A Guide to Rolling File Appenders. How do I specify the configuration file location? Logging in Apache Tomcat is implemented ... internal logging. We are using jboss-6.1.0.Final and trying to get application logging ... logging.xml file. Hi. # Set the append to false, should not overwrite log4j.appender.FILE.Append=true # Set the maximum file size before rollover ... log4j Logging in Files Created Date: Log4j - 2 minute tutorial. Application logging using log4j. By default, Log4j looks for a configuration file named log4j2.xml (not log4j.xml) in the classpath. July 28, 2009. The log4j.properties file sets the logging properties. Log4j Tutorial : How to send the log messages to a File using Appender. log4j.logger.com.insightful.splusserver.engine=DEBUG. The log4j package is designed so that the Logging in Apache Tomcat is implemented ... internal logging. You can modify the log4j.properties file to change the properties for the log4j loggers. My java program is executed from ThreadingTest.java and it starts 4 threads. ... Rolling Based on File Size. How do I specify the configuration file location? Logging in Apache Tomcat is implemented ... internal logging. I am trying to add log4j logging so that the logs are written to a file. log4j.configuration=log4j.properties Use this system property to specify the name of a Log4J configuration file. In Java Project, with log4j it is possible to enable logging at runtime without modifying the application binary. Anybody have any ideas? Spring Boot also provides some nice ANSI colour terminal output on a console (but not in a log file) using a custom Logback converter. I can not get log4j to work on JBoss 7.1.1.Final.