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Is it me or is that kind of wrong . You don't get how to logger works so you comment the logging statements, wouldn't learning how to logger works be a much better solution?
"Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand." --- Martin Fowler
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Wouter Oet wrote:Is it me or is that kind of wrong . You don't get how to logger works so you comment the logging statements, wouldn't learning how to logger works be a much better solution?
I've tried to do research on logging and the properties set up thing kind of confuse me.
this program did not used the normal log4 jar or properties, the previous developer wrote a log4j.xml and log4j.dtd himself.
And sadly I can't figure out how does that two file function when I still very confuse with the basic logging thing. The previous developer didn't really give me much information...
And I did spent few days on that, it always tells me something like log4j properties is not configured. and I tried reinstall all plugins in a new package, it gives me this
The project deadline is just in few days and I still have many many other things to work on, those documentation, user guide, and the Linux thing.
It's all very very very new to me.So I've decided to spend my time on more urgent work.
And I'm not sure if the logging message will be printed when it runs on Unix? So I've tried to comment off the logging and hopefully it won't come out there .... I cant test it out because I still have the problem with class path setting on Unix.
Anyway, I will appreciate it if you could provide any suggestion based on this problem. thanks