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log4j/Trace class Threading and STDOUT



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Dear All,

(I have also posted this question to 'rpg400-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx' as I am not
sure which it relates to better).

I am using a java which a instantiate and invoke methods on from my rpg
program.

When I call the constructor on my class it creates a deamon thread that
runs in the background until I have finished, (this is used to setup a
connection using the Tibco/JMS messaging framework).

I am then able to send messages to my new object. This all works fine.

However my problem is with my logging. I have tried using both log4j and
the ibm Trace class, but neither of them log to stdout correctly. As in
effect I am running two threads from my program, I only get the stdout
for the thread that starts first. As soon as I invoke a method on the
class in a separate thread all my stdout ends.

I am running this in batch mainly so am just looking at the STDOUT I get
to QPRINT.

Is this a known issue with threading or am I doing something wrong?

Many Thanks

Luke




 
 
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