Tag: log4j

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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