Hi everybody,

I like to encode the message and the exception field to JSON notation.
From the docs https://logging.apache.org/log4j/2.x/manual/layouts.html I have 
the following notation:

But this doesn't work. The only encoding which works success is the default 
HTML encoding, if I specify the following:

This is my complete code snippet:

Any hints how to use the %encode method to get JSON or CRLF encoding?

Kind regards,

On 24.01.18, 14:41, "Tungathurthi, Chandra Kiran Bharadwaj" 
<chandra.tungathur...@rwth-aachen.de> wrote:

    It's log4j.configurationFile use this property to specify external config.
    As in,
    On Wed, Jan 24, 2018 at 6:47 PM +0530, "Ralph Goers" 
<ralph.go...@dslextreme.com<mailto:ralph.go...@dslextreme.com>> wrote:
    I’d have to look at the code to be sure, but you might try configuring it 
as a url - file:///mypath .
    > On Jan 24, 2018, at 5:46 AM, Fröstl, Christian  wrote:
    > Hello everybody,
    > We like to use a log4j2.xml file for log4j2 configuration of our hybris 
    > If the file log4j2.xml is part of the classpath and the property 
"log4j2.config.xml=hybris-log4j2.xml" is part of my local.properties file, it 
will be loaded automatically and everything is fine.
    > But how can we load the file if it is located in a directory outside the 
    > I tried the following:
    > 1.Specify the absolute path in local.properties file
    > -> Will just get many context loader and nullpointer exceptions in logfile
    > 2. Specify the log4j.configurationFile property in 
    > -> The file will be found by the system, but config will have no effect. 
Fallback custom log will be used
    > I found this documentation, that it should be possible to configure the 
xml file with this properties, but it doesn't work.
 -> How do I specify the configuration file location?
    > Does anyone have an idea to solve this problem?
    > Thanks and greetings,
    > Christian
    > On 23.01.18, 17:44, "Greg Huber"  wrote:
    >    Hello,
    >    In a tomcat environment how do I get Log4jServletContextListener
    >    contextDestroyed to be called last.  It is being called before my
    >    contextDestroyed and I get no logging on shutdown.
    >    Cheers Greg
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