src/share/classes/java/util/logging/LogManager.java

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*** 54,77 **** * cannot subsequently be changed. * <p> * At startup the LogManager class is located using the * java.util.logging.manager system property. * <p> ! * By default, the LogManager reads its initial configuration from ! * a properties file "lib/logging.properties" in the JRE directory. ! * If you edit that property file you can change the default logging ! * configuration for all uses of that JRE. ! * <p> ! * In addition, the LogManager uses two optional system properties that ! * allow more control over reading the initial configuration: * <ul> * <li>"java.util.logging.config.class" * <li>"java.util.logging.config.file" * </ul> ! * These two properties may be set via the Preferences API, or as ! * command line property definitions to the "java" command, or as ! * system property definitions passed to JNI_CreateJavaVM. * <p> * If the "java.util.logging.config.class" property is set, then the * property value is treated as a class name. The given class will be * loaded, an object will be instantiated, and that object's constructor * is responsible for reading in the initial configuration. (That object --- 54,71 ---- * cannot subsequently be changed. * <p> * At startup the LogManager class is located using the * java.util.logging.manager system property. * <p> ! * The LogManager defines two optional system properties that allow control over ! * the initial configuration: * <ul> * <li>"java.util.logging.config.class" * <li>"java.util.logging.config.file" * </ul> ! * These two properties may be specified on the command line to the "java" ! * command, or as system property definitions passed to JNI_CreateJavaVM. * <p> * If the "java.util.logging.config.class" property is set, then the * property value is treated as a class name. The given class will be * loaded, an object will be instantiated, and that object's constructor * is responsible for reading in the initial configuration. (That object
*** 82,94 **** * If "java.util.logging.config.class" property is <b>not</b> set, * then the "java.util.logging.config.file" system property can be used * to specify a properties file (in java.util.Properties format). The * initial logging configuration will be read from this file. * <p> ! * If neither of these properties is defined then, as described ! * above, the LogManager will read its initial configuration from ! * a properties file "lib/logging.properties" in the JRE directory. * <p> * The properties for loggers and Handlers will have names starting * with the dot-separated name for the handler or logger. * <p> * The global logging properties may include: --- 76,89 ---- * If "java.util.logging.config.class" property is <b>not</b> set, * then the "java.util.logging.config.file" system property can be used * to specify a properties file (in java.util.Properties format). The * initial logging configuration will be read from this file. * <p> ! * If neither of these properties is defined then the LogManager uses its ! * default configuration. The default configuration is typically loaded from the ! * properties file "{@code lib/logging.properties}" in the Java installation ! * directory. * <p> * The properties for loggers and Handlers will have names starting * with the dot-separated name for the handler or logger. * <p> * The global logging properties may include: