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Changing Log Levels

KevinO-3
I feel that this is something I could easily figure out but I'm having a hard time finding information on how to change the log level of DBUnit.  Right now the output is very verbose.  Can anyone solve this problem for me?


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Re: Changing Log Levels

John Hurst-2
DbUnit uses SLF4J, which is a facade to an underlying logging implementation. (Typically java.util.logging, Log4J or Logback.) I believe you can alter the logging level of DbUnit by configuring the underlying implementation.

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On Sat, May 14, 2011 at 12:20 PM, KevinO <[hidden email]> wrote:
I feel that this is something I could easily figure out but I'm having a hard time finding information on how to change the log level of DBUnit.  Right now the output is very verbose.  Can anyone solve this problem for me?


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