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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 need to change the location of logging from database table to a log file. our people are using ...
Thu 05/26/05
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Hi, I have a configuration file where i am mentioning the file size as 1MB. But after the file size...
Thu 03/09/06
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I have a package lets say com.jguru I have files A.java, B.java, C.java....etc under this package. H...
Sun 11/20/05
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We are experiencing jvm crash by 'out of memory' problem, the jvm info shown there're many threads (...
Tue 02/01/05
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Is it possible to output information from different classes into different log files ? If so, pleas...
Mon 03/06/06
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Hello, I am quite new with swing and log4j so please bear with me. I have an swing application w...
Thu 02/23/06
02:35:20PM
 
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Wed 02/22/06
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How can i apply logging mechanism to particular packages or classes related to my application?
Wed 04/12/06
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Hi, I want to log the information in two different files with different level. For e.g in one file i...
Fri 09/17/04
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My requirement is, i am running multiple instances of the same binary. And each instance is distin...
Tue 02/03/04
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1.Servlet 2.2 2. JDBC 2.0 3. JSP 1.1 I would like to run the log4J on Websphere 4.0 Pls ...
Fri 04/11/03
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