Change date/time layout in server.log to show milliseconds

Hi,
I need to debug the JDBC session to find delays in my source.
I used following to get the JDBC debug info:
-Dweblogic.Debug=weblogic.JDBCConn,weblogic.JDBCSQL
My problem is that the layout of the server log file does not show the milliseconds, it shows only the time with seconds.
e.g:
####<Feb 20, 2008 5:33:22 PM CET> <Info> <JDBC> <xxx> <eFlexServer> <main> <<WLS Kernel>> <> <BEA-001132> <Initialized statement cache of size "10" for connection in pool "null".>
What can I do to see also the milliseconds in the server.lof file?
Thanks for help.

Which release of WLS are you using? We had added a timestamp column in the server log from WLS 9.0 onwards that is the raw timestamp of the message in millis.

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