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Log4J Question:loading properties file in A.S.

Log4J Question:loading properties file in A.S.

Log4J Question:loading properties file in A.S.

Hi! I'm a newbee with Log4J.. Well.. I'm working
 with Sun One Java System Application Server v.8.1,
 I have a properties file and the script in java
 with an hashtable who loads the values..then I
 can see this values loaded in JBuilder but it
 doesn't seems to work with my A.S. !!!

 I took care of configuration in the application
 server with the jar library and properties file
 in the right folder in the file system and with
 the path (if it is correct I don't have idea,well
 it is "/lib/log4j-1.2.14.jar" and
 "/lib/log4j.properties") into the A.S. console
 in the JVMSettings/PathSettings
 I tried into the java code both with an absolute
 or a relative path in my class but it doesn't work..
 I tried to test it but I can't have information in
 my log server about what is wrong even if I try to  
 debug the application.

 Mine is a server-side application (with a .jar
 within an .ear and this .jar in issue contains
 other three .jar) who is in remote communication
 with the stand-alone/client-side of the application.

 Is there something (or more) huge or tiny I forgot ?

 Thanks in advance for help..

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