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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: Logging framework for Tomcat -Exceptions
Date Fri, 13 Jul 2012 13:31:14 GMT
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Kiran,

On 7/11/12 11:33 PM, Kiran Badi wrote:
> I know this is not a place to learn Java and thats not my
> intention.Its time for me to implement robust logging framework,so
> thought let me ask here as which is light weight and yet can log
> exceptions preferably both handled and unhandled.

No logging framework is going to catch your exceptions for you and
magically log them: you'll have to catch them yourself and explicitly
log them. You can easily write a Filter that you can plug-into any
servlet container (including Tomcat) that will catch any exception you
want a and log it any way you want.

As for logging frameworks, I don't know of a single one that would
somehow be incompatible with Tomcat.

Good logging frameworks include:
- - Apache log4j
- - java.util.logging
- - logback

Or, you might prefer a "meta" logging package that can work with any
of those:
- - Apache commons-logging
- - slf4j

- -chris
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