News: Using java.util.logging, Log4j and SLF4 on WebSphere
Gathers information in detail about what the application is doing when the application performs various tasks is very important. This information is useful for debugging, troubleshooting and even auditing. Learn how WebSphere Application Server Community Edition provides several ways to configure application logging, using java.util.logging, Log4j and SLF4j APIs.
- Posted by: Frank Charles
- Posted on: March 31 2009 08:22 EDT
The article refers to WebSphere Community Edition and not WebSphere Application Server. Just to let you save some time.
Good God. Three ways to write to log ... and each of them works just fine. The endless navel-gazing about logging seems to me like a pointless waste of time by the Java community. Just ... no.