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Logging to windows event logs

Robin John
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Can I log to windows event logs without using a "dll" (or any other native dependencies) from my java app ?

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Paul Clapham

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I wouldn't expect that to be possible.
Rob Spoor

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Log4J as an Appender that can log to the event log but it does use native code for that.

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