devxlogo

Destroy a Java Logger using the contextDestroyed Method

Destroy a Java Logger using the contextDestroyed Method

public void contextDestroyed(ServletContextEvent e) {   //get the servlet context   ServletContext servletContext = e.getServletContext();      //get the real path   String root = servletContext.getRealPath("/");     //get all handlers   Handler[] handlers = logger.getHandlers();      //remove all handlers   for(int i = 0; i < handlers.length; i++)   {        logger.removeHandler(handlers[i]);       handlers[i].close();    }     //delele all the files related to the logging process   File logFiles = new File(root+"WEB-INF//logs//");         String[] fileNames = logFiles.list();       for(int i = 0; i < fileNames.length; i++)   {       File currentFile=new File(root+"WEB-INF//logs//"+fileNames[i]);       currentFile.delete();   }      //reset the logger   logger = null; }
See also  How IoT Tech Will Transform Logistics
devxblackblue

About Our Editorial Process

At DevX, we’re dedicated to tech entrepreneurship. Our team closely follows industry shifts, new products, AI breakthroughs, technology trends, and funding announcements. Articles undergo thorough editing to ensure accuracy and clarity, reflecting DevX’s style and supporting entrepreneurs in the tech sphere.

See our full editorial policy.

About Our Journalist