Category: Log4J 2

Similar to accompanying application development activities, such as unit testing and documentation, logging is an integral part of any enterprise application and Spring Boot applications are no different. Through logging, you get to see what the application code is really doing during monitoring, troubleshooting, and debugging a Spring Boot application. Spring Boot makes using a […]Continue reading

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Log4J 2 is a logging framework designed to address the logging requirements of enterprise applications. If you are new to Log4J2, I suggest going through my introductory post on Log4J 2, Introducing Log4J 2 – Enterprise Class Logging. Log4J 2 introduces configuration support via JSON and YAML in addition to properties file and XML. I’ve written […]Continue reading

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Log4J 2 introduces configuration support through JSON and YAML in addition to properties file and XML. If you are new to Log4J2, I suggest going through my introductory post on Log4J 2, Introducing Log4J 2 – Enterprise Class Logging. For the different Log4J 2 configuration options, you can explore these related posts: Log4J 2 Configuration: Using […]Continue reading

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Log4J 2 introduces configuration support through JSON and YAML in addition to properties file and XML. If you are new to Log4J 2, I suggest reading my introductory post on Log4J 2, Introducing Log4J 2 – Enterprise Class Logging. For Log4J 2 configuration using properties file, read my post Log4J 2 Configuration: Using Properties File, […]Continue reading

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In Introducing Log4J 2 – Enterprise Class Logging, my first post of the Log4J 2 series, I discussed about the components of Log4J 2 and how to use Log4J 2 to perform basic logging in Java applications. In the second post, Log4J 2 Configuration: Using Properties File, I explained how to set up Log4J 2 […]Continue reading

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Log4J 2 is a logging framework designed to address the logging requirements of enterprise applications. Its predecessor Log4J 1.x has been around for more than one and a half decade and is still one of the most widely used Java logging framework. Log4J has even been ported to the .NET world. Log4net is one of […]Continue reading

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If you are still using System.out to print debugging or diagnostic information in your application, it’s time to look for a more elegant and efficient solution in the form of a logging framework. Although there are lots of logging frameworks around for Java applications, Log4J is one of the most widely adopted one because of […]Continue reading

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