How to configure logging.properties

Hello experts,

I need to modify the default logging.properties file for several reasons, including changing the default level of logs, and changing the syntax, so that it matches more precisely standard Tomcat logs syntax, to be understood by our log server.

For all files on the server, ususally the proper way to configure is to edit a file in bonitadir/setup, and restart the server so that it generates automatically the files in bonitadir/server/conf

However, I cannot find any logging.properties file in bonitadir/setup.

Change level of logging of Bonita Studio's Server


I would like to raise the level of logging of the studio embedded tomcat to see all beans instantiations on ther server.
I tried to modify logging.properties and lockback.xml.

Is there an other file to change the level of logging in Bonita?



How can I print the LdapLoginModule log?

My expectation is to see the logging while a user tries to logging.

Hoy can I change the log4j level in WildFly server?

I'm logging in a Groovy script using:

Logger logger = Logger.getLogger("org.bonitasoft");
logger.info("Test log");

It works fine in development environment, but in the production server I canĀ“t see the logs in server.log file.

I tried modifying standalone.xml and logging.properties, but when I restart the server it changes again to 'WARN'.

Is it possible to do this or I should debug using the WARN level?

Thank you very much.

Problem logging

Hi everyone.

I wanted to use the BPM studio log to print some info while developing, but I'm not able to do so. I have a really simple example (a task with a connector) with the following code:

import java.util.logging.Logger;
Logger logger= Logger.getLogger("org.bonitasoft");
logger.info("Log: infor");
logger.warning("Log: warning");
logger.severe("Log: severe");

However, the studio log does not contain these messages. The log looks like this: