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From "Henning P. Schmiedehausen" <...@intermeta.de>
Subject Re: my experience with torque
Date Tue, 24 Aug 2004 15:35:57 GMT
Paco Nathan <paco@symbiot.com> writes:

>One thing to keep in mind about log4j is that it's more mature and yet 
>progressing faster than Sun's logging package in Java.  For example, 
>java.util.logging in JDK 1.4 hasn't reached anywhere close to the level 
>of support provided by log4j Adapters.  If an application has real 
>needs for notification/remediation/trouble-ticketing, that can become a 
>sore spot for system integration.  Many other projects use log4j, so if 
>you integrate use of Torque along with other systems, it pays to keep a 
>common ground for logging.  More about that at:  

>To add to Scott's note about JDK support ... I'm working on an open 
>source project which has JDK 1.4 as a dependency, and we've found this 
>exact point to be one of our biggest hurdles for cross-platform 
>adoption.  For example, FreeBSD is just barely offering a stable 
>alternative for a 1.4 compiler.

We use commons-logging and try to be log-engine agnostic. You can
use any log engine that is supported by commons-logging.

Please don't quote Cekis paper again. Personally I disagree with it.


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