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What is the best practice for Logging in Spring MVC application .

Shahid Shaikh
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Joined: Mar 02, 2009
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Hello Guys , I have been trying to figure out the best practices to do logging in my application which uses spring MVC , if you could please help me understand and figure out the best practice .

For now i see two choices to implement looging in my application . 1) Log4J logging (tradational approach non- AOP specific . ) 2) AOP based logging .

I would really appreciate answers that would make me understand which approach to be chosen with the benifits of using .

Thanks in Advance ..


Shahid.
 
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