Java MW (back-end system integration) called from CRS 4.5
Thanks in advance for your support.
I'm just wondering if any of you guys have any experience with configuring the Log4j.properties file for a Java MW application that runs from a CRS 4.5 engine? (Please note that I know it might not be related to this forun,, but I posted just in case you have handle with this.)
My questions are:
1. Where this "Log4j.properties" file lives, within the CRS document hierarchy or in a drive in the CRS server?
2. If this properties file is locared within CRS document hierarchy, where would log files reside. i.e log4j.appender.L1.File=c:/logs/middlewareIvr/accountBalance/process_success.log
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