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Log4j with MyEclipse 6.0

Phillipe Rodrigues
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What steps to be followed to configure Log4j with My Eclipse 6.0

Jeanne Boyarsky
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Log4j is used by the application. You would configure it the same way regardless of the IDE you are using.

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