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Tejas V Shah
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Hi Everybody,
Can you help me how to log SQL statement
I am using EJB3.0

Thanks in Advance
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Originally posted by Tejas V Shah:
HCan you help me how to log SQL statement

Log it where? Can you elaborate?


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Tejas V Shah
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Originally posted by Jeanne Boyarsky:

Log it where? Can you elaborate?


Temporary consider I want to log it in my local host
Bill Shirley
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By "localhost" I'm assuming you mean the client host and not the server.

The SQL is happening on the server and that's where you'd want to log it.

You can log it in a million ways, but a common way is to use the log4j package.

You can create a logger for the class you want, and log the query as INFO.

google "log4j" and you find a myriad of resources, if you have any specific questions once you start using it, "Java in General (intermediate)" is likely an appropriate forum to ask
[ May 19, 2008: Message edited by: Bill Shirley ]

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