Provato uses Log4J to write debug and event logging.
Log4j uses the concept of 'appenders', objects to which it will append logging information.
Provato creates 2 appenders in code. The first is a HTML log file appender, where error, warnings and informative events are logged in a HTML style log which can be previewed in a browser. The second is a text log file appender into which the same is written without the HTML formatting. With this second appender, debug events can be enabled or disabled through the Provato Console (System->Logging).
Both the HTML and the Text log file appenders have a limit of 500K on the file (after which it will rollover) and a backup of the last 10 log files.
Other appenders can be created using log4j configuration property files. These can be .XML or .properties (name/value pair) files. The configuration file should be in the classpath and the first configuration file found in the classpath is the one that is used. To find out more about log4J and configuring it, see the Apache Log4J website.
Console Logging - 3rd appender configured in log4j file
By default, console logging is turned on with the Provato WebLogic Adaptor. To turn of this logging comment out the lines in (or delete the file)
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