If you simply call log.error(e), your log will only contain e.toString(),
which does not include the stack trace. You need to use the 2-arg version of
log.error() if you want the full trace.

Try this:

log.error("An uncaught runtime exception occurred", e);

jelevy wrote:
> Igor,
> Can you give me some direction on how to go about getting the "e".
> In my own RequestCycle I've done the following:
>  @Override
>     protected void logRuntimeException(RuntimeException e) {
>         super.logRuntimeException(e);
>         log.error(e);
>     }
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