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Which Java Logging Tool/Framework to use ?

Hardik Raja
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Joined: Feb 07, 2006
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Hello JavaRanchers,

I want to use a logging utility for my web application. Although I have used, Log4j and I know it very popular. I wanted to check, if there is some more advanced open source logging utility.

I was searching on google, and i found a website having links to various logging utilities.

Link : Various Logging Tools

Could anyone please give some input on an efficient logging utility?

Many Thanks for your reply.

Kind Regards,
Hardik
Hardik Raja
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Joined: Feb 07, 2006
Posts: 117
Dear Javarachers,

Could anyone please provide their input on my question?

Thanks & Regards,

Hardik
Martijn Verburg
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Log4J is pretty much accepted as the standard. You can use Commons logging from Apache as a wrapper which allows you to plugin any logger you like.


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Hardik Raja
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Joined: Feb 07, 2006
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Dear Martijn,

Thanks for your input.

Based on your input, I would continue to stick on Log4j

Kind regards,
Hardik
 
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