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Log too verbose with common-digester1.7.jar

Log too verbose with common-digester1.7.jar

Log too verbose with common-digester1.7.jar


I have a process that extracts data from a database and transforms them into XML files.
To do so, I use something like 20jars, and I have a batch file that is invoked to start the main class doing all the work. A the jars, there is commons-digester.1.7.jar which seems to have an extremely verbose output.
It generates a log file of 2G when I redirect the console output to a file.
I'd like to know how I can just turn off the logs alltogether for the digester.


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