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From "Benedetta Barbieri" <bbarbi...@dianoema.it>
Subject RE: Release of log4j version 1.2.4
Date Thu, 13 Jun 2002 12:36:04 GMT
I started using log4j just a few weeks ago, I want to log to a database, my
application should be delivered within two months. What approach should I
use if you tell me not to use JDBCAppender anymore? Should I stay with log4j



-----Original Message-----
From: Ceki Gulcu [mailto:ceki@qos.ch]
Sent: giovedi 13 giugno 2002 0.15
To: log4j-dev@jakarta.apache.org; log4j-user@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: Release of log4j version 1.2.4


Log4j developers are happy to announce the release of log4j 1.2.4.
This release fixes several relatively minor bugs. The integration of
LogFactor5 with log4j continues.

  - The JDBCAppender is marked as slated for replacement. Do not build
    critical software using it.

  - Added LogFactor5 documentation and examples. Further tests are
    required for full integration. [*]

  - XMLLayout can now output messages which contain embedded CDATA
    sections. This resolves bug #9750. Many thanks to Michael
    A. McAngus for supplying the relevant patch. [*]

  - The dispatcher thread associated with AsyncAppender is now marked
    as a deamon thread. This resolves bug #9750. [*]

  - Added missing NTEventLogAppender.dll as reported in bug #9606. [*]

  - In response to bug report 9435, the log4j.dtd was changed so that
    <log4j:event> is now made of logger and level attributes instead of
    category and priority. Changed XMLLayout to conform to the
    DTD. Chainsaw was changed to adapt to XMLLayout. [*]

  - Added missing LevelRangeFilter file. [*]

You can download log4j version 1.2.4 at



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