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Log4J is an Open Source logging framework managed and marketed by the apache foundation. Based on Java framework, Log4J can be deployed to any Java Program to enhance the logging functionality of the project and add log statements into the code.

Log4J Tutorials: Using Log4J in Easy Steps

Log4j is a logging library for Java managed by originally written by Ceki Gulcu and now managed by Apache Software Foundation. Log4j is one of best Java logging frameworks used by the developers for inserting logging functionality in the projects and add log statements into the code.

Log4j has been designed with three objectives to provide reliability, speed and flexibility to a project as it provides an effective and efficient API for the Java developers allowing them to use Log4j easily in their codes in order opt log the error and information messages into a log file.

One of the major advantages of using Log4j is that it arranges the log output in separate categories by the name of generating loggers, which are same as the names of the classes they log. Through this it become easy to locate the source of an error easily.

In addition to that, Log4j ease the task of the developers by felicitating external configuration on real time basis allowing them to manage and modify the log statements easily as well as conveniently.

At Roseindia.net you will find comprehensive range of Log4J tutorials that will help you to deploy Log4j into your codes in easy steps. Log4J tutorials for beginners will allow you to understand the basic functionality of Log4J logging framework.

Roseindia provides best Log4J tutorials for you covering the entire concept of Log4j ranging from environment setup, logging levels, methods, formatting, methods, file logging, database and much more.

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Posted on: October 10, 2013

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