Hi Sledge,

I'm afraid not. I think that's the job of your code to correctly handle all SQL exceptions. It's not just about making sure the exception is logged - you also need to react to that exception, even if it's just a message to the user that "something went wrong".


2009/5/22 sledge <simaskonfa@gmail.com>
Hello all, wonderful job!

I have set up logging with log4j, but all I am getting are the DEBUG
and WARN entries.

Is there a way to have all of the SQLExceptions thrown by the DB
server logged somewhere. No matter if they get caught in the code or

Thank you,


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