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Reasons to not use LOG - Do you have ?

Fernando Franzini
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Hi for all
I would like to know if there is someone that uploaded assignment without use logs ?
How do you justified it in choices.txt or there are drawbacks in use log ? wich ?
Regards.


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Roel De Nijs
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Fernando,

I think an explanation is very easy: logging is not a "must" requirement, so why spend your time on it. I believe Roberto submitted his assignment without using logging.
I provided logging just for debugging purposes, can be reused when future enhancements are developed. So used nothing more than writing a message at the start and end of each method in my Data class and business service implementations, just outputting method name, parameters and return values.

Kind regards,
Roel


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Nicolas Kal
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Fernando,

I followed the same approach as Roel, there is no need to put extra effort when it's not requested.. (7th Week still no results for me!! i'm starting to get crazy)

Regards,
Nicolas


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Roberto Perillo
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Roel De Nijs wrote:I believe Roberto submitted his assignment without using logging.


You got that right, champion!


Cheers, Bob "John Lennon" Perillo
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Fernando Franzini
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Hi ranchers
I think all of you undertood why I asked this....lollll
Ok Ok ok...I'll put in my choices something "log is not a must requirement" cause I didn't use !!
And...Nicolas..I hope you pass !!!
Regard.

 
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