Loading resources generates warning messages
Application uses a number of resources stored in multiple .properties files. These files are on the server machine and accessed by the Java client applet using Apache WebServer.
When any such resource file loads on the client, a number of warning messages are getting logged by Apache. So, for example, if the Java client applet is loading login.properties, Apache log would show:
File does not exist: /data/apache/htdocs/xaqpsprd/login.class
File does not exist: /data/apache/htdocs/xaqpsprd/login_en.class
File does not exist: /data/apache/htdocs/xaqpsprd/login_en.properties
File does not exist: /data/apache/htdocs/xaqpsprd/login_en_US.class
File does not exist: /data/apache/htdocs/xaqpsprd/login_en_US.properties
The application otherwise functions correct. Because of the volume of these warnings generated, they crowd out the real useful message in the Apache log file. So users are complaining and asking us to suppress them.
I am looking for a way to suppress these warnings and prevent them from showing in the Apache log.