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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Hi, I am using log4J now,but i want to write the log to the different log file named with date su...
Sat 12/07/02
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Can Log4j be used for multiple remote java applications to log to the one log file? I have had ...
Mon 12/09/02
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Hello, How is it possible to control the directory to which the log files are written to. than...
Thu 12/19/02
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I saw this error message in my tomcat error log... java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/apache/log...
Thu 12/19/02
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Hi, all Thanks in advance for your attention. Log4j is new to me, i think perhaps i can get some ...
Mon 12/23/02
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Hello, We have a Weblogic appserver, and use a log4j logger, configuration specified in a proper...
Sun 12/29/02
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How do I go about setting the configuration for a logger where the class doesn't have a main() met...
Fri 01/03/03
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Hello, By default logging with log4j adds a new-line as in 'System.out.println(String)'. For exa...
Fri 01/03/03
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Hello, Have found in log4j docs that: "SimpleLayout and PatternLayout classes ignore Java Throwa...
Fri 01/03/03
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Hello, How is it possible at the same JVM to define 2 loggers that each is configured by a diffe...
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