Log4j

Log4j is an open source tool developed for putting log statements into your application. It was developed by the good people at More>>

Log4j is an open source tool developed for putting log statements into your application.It was developed by the good people at Apache's Jakarta Project.It's speed and flexibility allows log statements to remain in shipped code while giving the user the ability to enable logging at runtime without modifying any of the application binary. All of this while not incurring a high performance cost."   <<Less

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When I run a batch file, which works on others computes, I get this message.  It is h...
Thu 02/20/14
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We have multiple WARs in a EAR. Each of the WARs includes the log4j.jar and loads its own log4j.pro...
Thu 01/03/08
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Is this a way to set a destination for the log file outputs in the configuration file? Or does this...
Wed 07/23/03
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Wed 07/23/03
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Hi, I have 2 different packages that each have log4j.properties file. The main class is in packag...
Sat 01/13/07
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Wed 01/10/07
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Hello can log4j manage that you have different priorities for the same class, depending from the app...
Mon 08/18/03
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Fri 08/15/03
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I have differnt log files based on the packages, but the application supports multiusers, log for ea...
Fri 11/07/03
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hi, i wonder if it is possiple to log different logging levels to different files. for example: i w...
Mon 11/10/03
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Thu 10/30/03
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Is there a good reason why the default log4j implementation does not allow for a filter at the Logge...
Tue 01/23/07
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Hello folks, I intend to use Log4j in our project. But before I can use I have to convince my man...
Mon 09/22/03
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I am trying to figure out if there is a way to reload the properties file anytime it changes witho...
Wed 02/19/03
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