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Thread: Log Management

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    Question Log Management

    Hi,

    I am trying to create logs for my java code which consists of various classes, i am trying to use LOG4J but i didnt find that productive...


    Suggest me a better way or an improvised way of using this LOG4J..

    Thanks
    Sai


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    Default Re: Log Management

    Have a look at SLF4J

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