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How to configure logs/catalina.out of tomcat 6 for per-app. (Configure web-app specific log file for sys.out, sys.err)
Category : Development Tools & Services

Requirement is this ...


We have our 3 web-applications deployed in RHEL-5 server, we deployed apps with tomcat 6.0.16.
We want to configure stdout, stderr, which are coming in tomcat/logs/catalina.out in app specific log file like,


tomcat/logs/app1.log
tomcat/logs/app2.log
tomcat/logs/app3.log


we are using log4j, but it is only generating logg


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generate configure.ac and configure script
Category : Web Design

This is my source tree:


client (dir with a lot of c files inside)
FTPUtils --> bin /
server (dir with a lot of c files inside)
|
proto.h
function.c

I've read some autoconf tutorial but i didn't understand how to make a general configure.ac, Makef


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How to Configure Struts & Configure XML
Category : Internet
If you plan to implement a lot of Java applets on your web server and need a developing working environment, then you will likely use Apache Struts. Apache Struts is an application framework that installs onto the Apache web server. The Apache web server naturally has XML installed and configured and so will not require any additional work. Once Struts is installed, you configure each new applicat

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Is there a difference between log4net.Config.BasicConfigurator.Configure() and log4net.Config.XmlConfigurator.Configure()?
Category : Programming Languages

I'm using log4Net for my logging. I also have the following set...


<log4net debug="true"> .. </>

Ok, now, when i have the following code


log4net.Config.BasicConfigurator.Configure();

I don't really get any verbose internal-debug info but I do get displayed anything I log.


Now, when i swa


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Any difference between configure.ac and configure.in, and Makefile.am and Makefile.in?
Category : Web Design

I have seen both in different things I have configured. What I the difference? Is it notable to use only one? Or does it not matter which one to use?


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How to Configure an HP RDP
Category : Computers
No matter what model HP desktop or laptop you own or how you use it, configuring the remote desktop function, or RDP, can make that computer more useful. Once the RDP is enabled you will be able to log on to your computer remotely, allowing you to install updates, troubleshoot problems and work on your computer whether you are physically in the office or not. The RDP function also allows technicia

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How to Configure Owa SSL
Category : Internet
Configuring Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) connections for Microsoft Outlook Web Access (OWA) ensures that users connecting to your Exchange server via web browsers can send and receive information securely. OWA provides a web-based email client for employees, and OWA can be accessed from any computer with an Internet connection. However, despite this flexibility, operating OWA without SSL requires in

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How to Configure TS Web
Category : Computers
Terminal Services Web (TS Web) is a server application that runs on a host Windows machine and allows users to remote control computers using a web browser. The machine that hosts the TS Web application needs to have it installed and configured before users can operating remote machines. The TS Web application is available on any Windows server environment including Windows 2000, 2003 and 2008.Dif

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How to Configure 3CX PBX
Category : Electronics
The 3CX PBX (Private Branch Exchange) phone system was developed specifically for Microsoft Windows. This phone system replaces numerous telephone lines, and allows you to lease one line to cover every employee that uses a telephone. This saves you money because you do not have to lease several lines. The 3CX PBX phone system must be configured before you can take advantage of it.

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How to Configure Vim
Category : Computers
Vim is an enhanced version of the Vi text editor. Like Vi, It is accessed from the command line and can be used to edit any text file, including system configuration files. It also allows you to use Unix commands from inside the editor. Vim has some functions, such as incremental searching and the ability to show text in color, that Vi doesn't have. You can configure Vim with different options t

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