|Re: Disable logging information of Teneo/Hibernate [message #1403321 is a reply to message #1403219]
||Tue, 22 July 2014 23:26
| Martin Taal
Registered: July 2009
Have you tried the log4j debug option to see which log4j properties file is being used?
to see this add this to the jvm args:
On 22-07-14 14:03, Thomas Zwickl wrote:
> I'm really having some hard time to figure out how to deactivate the logging information that teneo/hibernate is
> producing. We are using a logging console to print information for the user, but at the initial start-up of the
> application, when the database is created by hibernate, teneo/hibernate prints so many logging information to the
> console that you completely lose the orientation of what is important and what not. I already tried out almost
> everything I could find in the internet, but nothing worked for me so far ... I'm having a RCP application which
> consists of several plug-ins and one EMF model which represents my entire data-structure which I'm saving in a database
> with teneo/hibernate.
> My Hibernate version is 3.6.0 and my Teneo version is 1.2.0
> I already tried the following things out:
> I added a log4j.properties to my EMF Model Project as described on this site:
> Furtheremore I already tried out everything that works with Hibernate. I added slf4j-api.jar to my plug-in and
> log4j.jar. Then I created the same log4j.properties file but this didn't work as well.
> Maybe someone has encountered the same problems and found a way to solve them ;) I really would appreciate any help or
> pointers you can provide.
> Best regards,
With Regards, Martin Taal
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