[Esapi-user] [Esapi-dev] ESAPI.properties Logger.LogFileName=...
chris.dickinson at web.de
Wed Apr 20 14:36:49 EDT 2011
I realized shortly after sending my last mail that it was sent
prematurely. Sent at the end of a long, tiring and frustrating day. Sorry.
* ESAPI.properties is of course under configuration/esapi/ in the
rc11. Sorry about that "pps".
* I failed to mention that I was trying to get Logging working via
the reference implementations, not trying to write my own quite yet.
* (Default)SecurityConfiguration.getLogFileName(): This is the only
place where I see the "Logger.LogFileName" variable from
ESAPI.properties being used. However, at least in rc4 I am unable
to find a single call of this method. So in essence my question
is: where does ESAPI intend for me to be calling this method if
I'm using log4j (or any other Logger)? How do I (use this method
to) tell log4j where the log file is?
Probably I'm missing something really basic. Any help would be much
on 04/20/2011 04:46 PM Chris Dickinson wrote :
> I want to use ESAPI's Logger to write log messages to a log file. I'm using rc4 of ESAPI 2.0. I Noticed the line in ESAPI.properties:
> However, the logging only appears in the console, never in a file.
> What steps need to be taken in order for the logging to be done in the file specified in ESAPI.properties?
> p.s. I can get log4j to write into a log file via a "FileAppender" entry in log4j.xml, but that would be defeating the purpose of having this line in ESAPI.properties, right?
> p.p.s. It looks like rc11 works in quite a different way. Is there no longer any ESAPI.properties file? Where can I find documentation for this?
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