log4j: controlling junit test logging

Hi,

- I'm logging from my regular code and my tests.
- I'm using the same log4j.properties file

Is there any way to disable all logging for all my tests? I still want to see output from my non-junit code.

I was thinking since they all extend from junit.framework.TestCase that there might be a way to control it for every object that descends from TestCase. But I can't figure it out. Any suggestions?
ycompAsked:
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ClazzeFlitsCommented:
Try this putting in your log4j.properties file:

name_of_your_package_where_your_tests_are_located=INFO
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ClazzeFlitsCommented:
I have to correct myself.
It has to be:

log4.logger.name_of_your_package_where_your_tests_are_located=INFO
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ClazzeFlitsCommented:
typo,

log4j.logger.name_of_your_package_where_your_tests_are_located=INFO
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