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Struts 1 and Log4J

Fred Artes
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Joined: Nov 14, 2008
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Hello,

I'm using log4j for debugging in my struts 1 application



This is correct or I must define logger as static ?
Thanks
Joe Ess
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I'm not aware of any requirement to make a logger instance static. I do so, but it is out of habit as opposed to any requirement.


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