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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Hi all, could someone please tell me how I could get the method name to be printed in the logfile...
Mon 07/21/03
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Is this a way to set a destination for the log file outputs in the configuration file? Or does this...
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Does anybody know where I can get some documentation about the various properties used by Appenders ...
Fri 04/04/03
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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 made a specific log4j property file to control logging in the console during runtime. I redirected...
Thu 06/26/03
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Hi, We are using org.apache.log4j.net.SMTPAppender of log4j and our threshold value is ERROR. Appl...
Tue 01/31/06
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I am using Apache Axis for Webservices client and Log4j for Loggers. When I send a request it is pri...
Tue 08/22/06
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Hello Everyone, Our landscape contains Dev, QA and Prod Systems and we use SAP netweaver applicatio...
Tue 04/11/06
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I'm currently doing a research on the standard usage of the 5 levels of Log4j. My question is that...
Tue 01/17/06
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