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[JBoss 6.0.0 M2] Logging with org.jboss.logging.Logger or org.apache.log4j.Logger ?

Celinio Fernandes
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Joined: Jun 28, 2003
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Hi,
I am wondering which class I should use to add logs in my web applications.

The classes org.jboss.logging.Logger and org.apache.log4j.Logger seem to have the same methods (error, fatal, info, debug ...).
I have been using the org.jboss.logging.Logger class for a long time but i am wondering how close it is to log4j.
Which one should i use ? Also, does org.jboss.logging.Logger use the log4j framework ? I presume it does.

Thanks for helping.


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Peter Johnson
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Personally, I would use commons logging.

Also, could I request that you ask your question in only one forum and wait a reasonable time (2 or 3 of days) for an answer before asking in another forum? Duplication of effort gets annoying after a while.


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Celinio Fernandes
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Peter Johnson wrote:Personally, I would use commons logging.

Also, could I request that you ask your question in only one forum and wait a reasonable time (2 or 3 of days) for an answer before asking in another forum? Duplication of effort gets annoying after a while.


Sure. Sorry about that.
 
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