I don't know when it was introduced, by I see the following, rather
annoying WARNING messages in many logs now.
I feel that these should not be WARNING e.g. what if I don't want any of
them to be initiated... which is exactly the case over when we use Tika in
Does anyone have objections if I turn this logging off?... or was there
some other primary motivation for every application to log this message?
Feb 28, 2018 6:09:55 AM
WARNING: org.xerial's sqlite-jdbc is not loaded.
Please provide the jar on your classpath to parse sqlite files.
See tika-parsers/pom.xml for the correct version.
> From: Nick Burch <[hidden email]>
> To: [hidden email] > Cc:
> Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2018 08:03:53 +0000 (GMT)
> Subject: Re: Unnecessary WARNING Logging?
> On Tue, 27 Feb 2018, lewis john mcgibbney wrote:
>> I don't know when it was introduced, by I see the following, rather
>> annoying WARNING messages in many logs now.
> IIRC we're changing those to ignore in Tika 2.x, but as we always warned
> for missing parsers / missing parser classes in 1.x we can't really change
> the default without surprising people
> I feel that these should not be WARNING e.g. what if I don't want any of
>> them to be initiated... which is exactly the case over when we use Tika in
>> Apache Any23.
> Just set the load error handler to ignore, and you won't be notified of
> anything missing. (It's then up to you to ensure you didn't miss any
> classes or jars you wanted!)
> eg in a Tika config:
> <service-loader loadErrorHandler="IGNORE"/>
> See also https://tika.apache.org/1.17/configuring.html#Load_Error_Handling >