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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: [Logging] Tutorial Contribution
Date Wed, 25 Jun 2008 21:03:54 GMT
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Ole,

Ole Ersoy wrote:
| 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 [...]

I agree. The use cases for log4j are all for advanced users IMO.

There are things that I suspect are much easier to do using log4j (such
as rolling logs on a schedule other than once per day) or things that
cannot be done without either implementing a lot of stuff yourself or
switching to log4j (such as logging to a database or UNIX syslog daemon).

These topics should be considered advanced and the reader can be
referred to existing Tomcat documentation for how to switch to using log4j.

| Do you have by chance?  I could add a "Why you should consider log4j
| section...".

See above. I'm sure others will have other ideas.

- -chris
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