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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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Trying to access Log4j from inside my Action class: I keep getting "java.io.FileNotFoundExceptio...
Fri 06/20/03
12:42:47PM
 
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Fri 06/20/03
08:45:51AM
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Hi, Can the new version of Log4J can be in jsps as some taglibs? The implementation of a tag as a l...
Tue 03/22/05
06:15:27AM
 
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Tue 03/22/05
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I have a situation where 2 different applications are using the same Weblogic instance. But I want ...
Sat 08/26/06
03:10:46PM
 
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Fri 08/18/06
03:11:47PM
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Hi All, I am using log4j-1.2.8.jar in a simple web application which reads an excel file and popul...
Fri 10/24/08
12:25:42PM
 
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Tue 10/07/08
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The %p conversion character in the ConversionPattern of the PatternLayout displays the level like DE...
Sat 08/20/05
11:03:21AM
 
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Wed 08/17/05
11:52:18PM
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I am using log4j in my J2EE application. We use RAD for our development and the application server i...
Tue 01/31/06
03:10:39AM
 
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I have a class called MyApp. It has this line: private final static MyLogger logger =(MyLogger) MyLo...
Fri 07/29/05
10:17:04AM
 
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Fri 07/29/05
10:17:04AM
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I read this in one log4j document on net: "When moving code to production, for speedy performance, ...
Tue 09/27/05
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In log4j how and where do u specify that the messages in my x component must be logged in xlog file ...
Fri 07/29/05
06:25:21AM
 
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Fri 07/29/05
12:19:54AM
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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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