I don't use the [optional] NTEventLogAppender, but, as I understand it, the
native binary bundled with it works on 32 bit platforms. If you want a 64 bit
one, you'll have to obtain the source and compile it yourself.
If you don't use the NTEventLogAppender there is no platform specific
dependency whatsoever. Any JDK1.2+ VM on any hardware platform supported by
Java will do.
On Tue, 1 Sep 2009 14:49:38 -0400
Douglas E Wegscheid <Douglas_E_Wegscheid@whir...> wrote:
> but sometimes they bundle all the platform-specific bits into the same
> archive... like the NTEventLogAppender.dll in the root of the
> apache-log4j-1.2.15 distribution...
> in answer to the original question: I don't have access to 64 bit Window$,
> so I don't know. NTEvenLogAppender is the only piece that I am aware of
> that would be platform/version specific. It would be simple for you to
> test :)
> Douglas E Wegscheid
> Lead Technical Analyst, Whirlpool Corporation
> "A wrong note played hesitatingly is a wrong note. A wrong note played
> with conviction is interpretation."
> NBW <emailnbw@gmai...> wrote on 09/01/2009 02:28:43 PM:
>> If you have ever downloaded log4j you'll note that there aren't any
>> specific distributions of it so that should tell you there aren't any
>> On Tue, Sep 1, 2009 at 1:36 PM, <thanikg@ovi....> wrote:
>> > I mean in a 64 bit windows 2008 server operating system. Does log4j
>> > contains any native code which gives any problem in 64 bit windows
>> > server operating system?