Is there any location other than nohup.out where the PX logs will be triggered by default.


Is there any location in Linux Server other than nohup.out where the Agile PX logs will be triggered by default.



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Nagma Agile User Asked on November 8, 2017 in Other APIs.
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Did you configure any custom logger for your code ? If yes then it will print in the respective code log file. Also if its a URL px then you can check the logs in catalina.log that gets generated under your apache log folders.

Arif Agile Angel Answered on November 8, 2017.
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If you are using log4j, you can call PropertyConfigurator.configure(“path to my file”) within your PX code to start logging using the properties defined.

If you want to be more generic, have default properties file that gets included with the PX jar file and have the internal config file include a pointer to external properties file to “configure” PX specific stuff, like logging parameters.

Your PX would read the config properties file embedded in the jar file when launching and read additional external-to-jar properties file(s) as defined.

sspak9 Agile User Answered on November 28, 2017.
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