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From Ole Ersoy <ole.er...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [Logging] Tutorial Contribution
Date Wed, 25 Jun 2008 20:06:47 GMT


Hexsel, Gustavo wrote:
>   That helps!  

Whooooh.  Good!  I was a little worried people would say "This stinks!  I'm more confused
than ever!!!"...And then I would have to go back to the drawing board again.  :-)

> A few suggestions for the tomcat deployment:
> - make using log4j easier (either offer a binary version of
> tomcat-juli.jar that uses log4j - no source required since I can't build
> locally due to some dbcp error;  alternatively it could use
> common-logging's autodetect, if log4j is available on the path, use
> it...)

I would go after Log4J in the tutorial, but to be honest I did not really see any killer use
cases for it.  Also, for people just trying to figure out logging, it's much easier to start
with what's already there, get very comfortable with that, and then attempt the log4j switcho
in the event that there is a use case X that they just have to have.  Do you have by chance?
 I could add a "Why you should consider log4j section...".

> - adapt the main log4j formatter (I'll see if I can do that, I'll submit
> it here if it works)

If you have a patch that makes using Log4J easier I would submit it directly through Bugzilla.
 I'm just a user, so the only thing I control is what goes into the tutorial initially.

> 
> 
>   Thanks for the tutorial, Ole!

Great to hear that you found it useful- Thanks,
- Ole

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