Use Camel to handle your WildFly logs

Many of you have heard about Camel rule based and mediation engine. On this tutorial we will show how to unleash its power to handle the logs from WildFly 9! First of all, if you need a quickstart tutorial about Camel here is an Hello World Camel quickstart In order to trigger Came routes, we will … Read more

How do you set logging verbosity with JBoss 5 ?

The amount of logging is controlled by categories. Categories are named entities, which follow a hierarchical naming rule similar to Java packages. For example, the category named com.sample is a parent of the category named com.sample.Test . Similarly, java is a parent of java.util and an ancestor of java.util.Vector. Let’s see some samples of categories: … Read more

Using Log4J 1.x with WildFly and JBoss EAP

This article discusses how to use the Log4j 1.x with WildFly / JBoss EAP applications. We will show the basic configuration steps and we will deploy a sample application on WildFly. Log4j 1.x has reached EOL Please note that log4j 1.x is no longer supported by the Apache Software Foundation. While it may still function … Read more

Using Log4j with JBoss 6

This tutorial has been written for a deprecated version of JBoss AS. We recommend checking the list of JBoss Logging tutorials for an updated list of articles. In this short tutorial we will show how to use log4j on JBoss AS 6 to produce custom application logging. In order to configure your application to use … Read more

JBoss log4j configuration

This tutorial has been written for older versions of the application server (JBoss AS 4/5/6). A more recent tutorial about Log4j has been written here: Using Log4J with WildFly and JBoss EAP JBoss AS uses log4j as logging framework. This tutorial will show how to configure log4j service in your jBoss application server and also how … Read more