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Hi,

In Apache log files to get the HTTP status code of the last request the value %>s is used. What would the equivalent of %>s be in Tomcat 4.1 AccessLogValve?

The documentation only states that the value %s can be used to log the HTTP status code. However I do not think it is logging the last request. If I try to use %>s in Tomcat it prints ???>???s to the log.

Can anyone help with this or clarify?

Thanks.



 
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