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Controlling Server Log Messages to Log Destinations

WebLogic Server instances send messages to the following four destinations: the server log file, standard output, the domain log (through the Domain Log Broadcaster), and finally the memory buffer. You can configure message filtering, such as by specifying a threshold severity level of, say, WARNING, to control which messages go to each of these four locations. There are several loggers in a WebLogic Server instance, with the root logger being the main one. The first step in configuring message filtering is to create a message filter.

You can configure log message filtering through the Administration Console by navigating to Environment | Servers | Logging | General. You must click Advanced on this page to configure message filtering. Here are the key settings you can configure on this page:


  

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