Velocity parameter is no longer working, which could lead to
java.io.FileNotFoundException: velocity.log (Permission denied)
It should be possible to reconfigure the velocity config.
- You would have to define a new logger, in log4j.xml (\webapps\ROOT\WEB-INF\etc\config) Maybe also a new appender is needed.
- You have to set this logger on a System property: "runtime.log.logsystem.log4j.logger"
E.g. Creation of a new logger like:
<Logger name="velocity"> <AppenderRef ref="Console" /> </Logger>
The logger, logs only on console (as I said before a new appender could be defined which use a log file).
And on startup you have to set for Windows:
set JAVA_OPTS=%JAVA_OPTS% -Druntime.log.logsystem.log4j.logger=velocityFor Linux/Mac:
export JAVA_OPTS=$JAVA_OPTS -Druntime.log.logsystem.log4j.logger=velocity
Another solution is to override the velocity config itself. You can put a velocity.properties in the classs path for instance in \digital-factory-config\jahia
I suggest changing the "runtime.log" property in this velocity.properties to an existing location where the user who start jahia has the permission to create a log file (for instance, it could be the default log directory) like:
runtime.log = /opt/...tomcat/logs/velocity.log
And you have to specify as System parameter the location of the new velocity property file (to keep sure that this one is used), for instance in setEnv.sh:
For both paths, you have to use your install directory.