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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I'm having a problem with the DailyRollingFileAppender in Log4J v1.2.7. An application that runs u...
Wed 01/29/03
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Hi! I've got a question regarding log4j and propagating errors in a program flow. I'm currently de...
Mon 07/09/07
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Hi, I am using Spring injection to connect to the Datasource. I am also using org.apache.log4j.L...
Fri 07/13/07
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I am trying to use the JDBCAppender (log4j 1.2.8) in an application to log to a database table. The...
Sun 07/22/07
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Hi All I have diffrent categories in diffrrent logging purpose and all are working fine...but n...
Tue 07/24/07
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I have and old application that i must to actualice to support some new funcionalitys. The problem ...
Tue 08/14/07
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Hi, I have two log4j objects created using getLogger() . one of them is static object. Both of the...
Tue 08/14/07
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Why do we remove Systam.out.println statements wen we use log4J?
Mon 08/20/07
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why do we remove System.out.println statements when we use Log4J?
Mon 08/20/07
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Hi! I'm a newbee with Log4J.. Well.. I'm working with Sun One Java System Application Server v....
Mon 09/03/07
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