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From "Wim Deblauwe" <wim.debla...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: what to log - API questions :)
Date Mon, 16 Jun 2008 06:06:52 GMT
Maybe you need to look at AspectJ and Aspect Oriented Programming in general
to address this "cross-cutting concern"?

regards,

Wim

2008/6/13 Christophe Elek <celek@ca.ibm.com>:

>
> They are great discussion :) I really enjoy reading them :)
>
> I have one on my own. My goal in IBM Rational is to ensure all products
> have a consistent set of logging so we can correlate the logs of all the
> products.
> Some are legacy products, some are new products.
>
> Developers and Architect always ask me...
> 'Chris, really, do I have to create the 4 Logger in each of my class and
> then figure out which logger to call ?
> This is crazy...
> Can't I just have an API like this
> MyComponent.log(String,Exception) ?'
>
> My answer to them is that the component owner must create the API and I see
> the following API
> 1) MyComponent.createLogRecord(String messageKey,Object[]
> parametersMessage,int severity,Throwable exception)
> 2) MyComponent.error(MyLogRecord) or MyComponent.audit(MyLogRecord) or
> MyComponent.traceHttp(MyLogRecord)
>
>
> What do you think the minimal set of API should be ? Or should we force our
> developers to become expert of Log4J ?
> I know I can explain to them the value of logging, the value of software
> engineering, quality of code...and so on... but seriously, If we come up
> with a very simple set of API...wouldn't that make this discussion between
> the developer and me easier ?
> Christophe Elek - Senior Software Analyst
> IBM Rational Serviceability Architect
> IBM Toronto Lab 8200 Warden Avenue, Markham, Ontario, L6G 1C7
> Phone Number: (905) 413-3467
> Email: celek@ca.ibm.com
>
> "Don't just fix the mistakes - fix whatever permitted the mistake in the
> first place." Charles Fishman

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