|Re: [Teneo] how to supress Teneo-Output to console [message #621582 is a reply to message #621581]
||Wed, 11 November 2009 21:11
| Martin Taal
Registered: July 2009
This is annoying indeed. Possibly another log4j properties file is being used by the Teneo plugins (assuming some class
loading issue). When I run my testcases I don't see any Teneo info log statements, but I noticed on the build server
that there a lot of Teneo info statements are present in the output log.
You could try to pass the system parameter: -Dlog4j.debug=true then hopefully some more information is shown where which
log4j.properties file is read. But I am not sure how to do that when starting a rcp app.
Or you could just search for another log4j.properties file in the whole source/classpath tree of your app.
btw, support for Teneo is given on the EMF newsgroup which I added as a cc.
Thomas V wrote:
> Hi, I created a simple RCP-application with an XTEXT-Editor(eclipse
> 3.5,org.eclipse.emf.teneo.hibernate(1.1.2),hibernate3) After a
> Sentence(Rule) is written, the application saves the ecore-objects with
> Teneo/Hibernate in a h2-database. This works fine.
> But I have a problem with the Teneo-Output on the console(e.g. "INFO:
> Creating emf data store and registering........"). Every time
> Teneo/Hibernate saves the ecore-objects, a lot of INFO-Statements are
> printed out to console. To solve this, I created this
> log4j.rootLogger=info, A1
> log4j.logger.org.eclipse.emf.teneo.hibernate.mapper.Generate HBM=info
> The INFO-Statements from Hibernate are written to this file, but the
> Teneo-INFO-Statements still appear on the console.
> What I'm doing wrong?
> Thanks in advance.
With Regards, Martin Taal
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