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Apr 10, 2013 at 03:18 PM

Loggers don't work in HANA Cloud SDK 2.3.2 (beta)

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Hello,

I downloaded HANA Cloud SDK 2.3.2, and followed a few tutorials from the official documentation. For now everything is running fine, except the annoying message that appears in Eclipse console each time I start the server:

SLF4J: The following loggers will not work because they were created

SLF4J: during the default configuration phase of the underlying logging system.

SLF4J: See also http://www.slf4j.org/codes.html#substituteLogger

SLF4J: sun.rmi.transport.tcp

SLF4J: sun.rmi.transport.tcp

SLF4J: sun.rmi.loader

SLF4J: sun.rmi.loader

SLF4J: sun.rmi.loader

SLF4J: sun.rmi.loader

SLF4J: sun.rmi.server.call

Therefore, if I make a mistake, I may not get any useful information from the server's loggers (like exception stacktraces etc)

The mentioned link proposes me to "isolate the components invoking these loggers and to exclude them from the default configuration. Once default configuration is finished, those excluded components can be configured in a second-step configuration."

However, I have no idea how to do this. I would be very grateful, if a HANA SDK developer could provide a hint how to fix this issue, or reassure me that no debug output is lost due to this error.

Thanks in advance.