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Spring Framework example source code file (Log4jConfigServlet.java)

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The Spring Framework Log4jConfigServlet.java source code

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package org.springframework.web.util;

import java.io.IOException;

import javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet;
import javax.servlet.http.HttpServletRequest;
import javax.servlet.http.HttpServletResponse;

 * Bootstrap servlet for custom log4j initialization in a web environment.
 * Delegates to {@link Log4jWebConfigurer} (see its javadoc for configuration details).
 * <b>WARNING: Assumes an expanded WAR file, both for loading the configuration
 * file and for writing the log files. If you want to keep your WAR unexpanded or
 * don't need application-specific log files within the WAR directory, don't use
 * log4j setup within the application (thus, don't use Log4jConfigListener or
 * Log4jConfigServlet). Instead, use a global, VM-wide log4j setup (for example,
 * in JBoss) or JDK 1.4's <code>java.util.logging (which is global too).
 * <p>Note: This servlet should have a lower load-on-startup value
 * in <code>web.xml than ContextLoaderServlet, when using custom log4j
 * initialization.
 * <p>Note that this class has been deprecated for containers implementing
 * Servlet API 2.4 or higher, in favor of {@link Log4jConfigListener}.</i>
* According to Servlet 2.4, listeners must be initialized before load-on-startup * servlets. Many Servlet 2.3 containers already enforce this behavior * (see ContextLoaderServlet javadocs for details). If you use such a container, * this servlet can be replaced with Log4jConfigListener. * * @author Juergen Hoeller * @author Darren Davison * @since 12.08.2003 * @see Log4jWebConfigurer * @see Log4jConfigListener * @see org.springframework.web.context.ContextLoaderServlet */ public class Log4jConfigServlet extends HttpServlet { public void init() { Log4jWebConfigurer.initLogging(getServletContext()); } public void destroy() { Log4jWebConfigurer.shutdownLogging(getServletContext()); } /** * This should never even be called since no mapping to this servlet should * ever be created in web.xml. That's why a correctly invoked Servlet 2.3 * listener is much more appropriate for initialization work ;-) */ public void service(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response) throws IOException { getServletContext().log( "Attempt to call service method on Log4jConfigServlet as [" + request.getRequestURI() + "] was ignored"); response.sendError(HttpServletResponse.SC_BAD_REQUEST); } public String getServletInfo() { return "Log4jConfigServlet for Servlet API 2.3 " + "(deprecated in favor of Log4jConfigListener for Servlet API 2.4)"; } }

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