Why can’t the class for the connection factory be included in the class path?


> On Aug 9, 2017, at 2:17 PM, Michael Carman <michael.j.car...@gmail.com> wrote:
> After adding dest=<file> to my configuration I can see the status messages
> from log4j. I'm getting a ClassNotFoundException when it tries to load my
> connection factory. I've seen these sorts of shenanigans from Eclipse
> before. (i.e. classes being found when running under Eclipse that aren't
> when running a build) That said, I thought I had everything configured in a
> way that would work. I can't very well inject an import into the log4j
> *.jar, so how does one define a connection factory in a way that log4j can
> find it?
> On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 3:56 PM Michael Carman <michael.j.car...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> My configuration is definitely being used -- I have two appender
>> references (RollingFile and JDBC) under the root logger and events are
>> being written to the file appender.
>> Unfortunately, setting status="debug" had no effect. That might be because
>> log4j sends those messages to the console and there isn't one for my (GUI)
>> application. Apparently console != stdout here, because my app intercepts
>> data written to stdout/stderr and sends a copy to a logger but nothing is
>> showing up in my file. Is there a logger name for which I can set the
>> logging level instead?
>> Setting -Dlog4j.debug doesn't appear to have any effect either. :(
>> On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 3:06 PM Gary Gregory <garydgreg...@gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>> It feels like your Log4j configuration is not being used. I would:
>>> - Use the latest version 2.8.2
>>> - Turn on Log4j debugging in both your config file with status="DEBUG" and
>>> also on the command line with "-Dlog4j.debug=true" (but I think this last
>>> one might only work in 2.9-SNAPSHOT)
>>> Gary
>>> On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 12:16 PM, Michael Carman <
>>> michael.j.car...@gmail.com>
>>> wrote:
>>>> I'm having an odd problem and don't know where to look for
>>> troubleshooting
>>>> purposes.
>>>> I have an Eclipse RCP application. I'm attempting to transition logging
>>>> from a file to a database (Oracle). When running my application via
>>> Eclipse
>>>> events are logged to the database as expected. When running my
>>> application
>>>> directly (i.e. after building) no log events appear in the database. I'm
>>>> not seeing any (relevant) errors in either my application log or the
>>>> Eclipse log. (My Log4j configuration has both file and database
>>> appenders
>>>> defined.) I know that my connection to the database is working because
>>>> other portions of my application make stored procedure calls and they're
>>>> working.
>>>> My first thought is that Log4j isn't committing after inserting new
>>> data.
>>>> LOG4J2-438 <https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/LOG4J2-438> appears
>>> to
>>>> be
>>>> about that exact issue, but it's marked as being fixed in 2.0-rc1; I'm
>>>> running 2.7. Besides, that wouldn't explain why it works when running
>>> under
>>>> Eclipse.
>>>> Does anyone have any ideas about what might be wrong?
>>>> -Mike

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