Posts Tagged ‘log4j’

  

Hibernate and Logging

Hibernate tries to hide the details of dealing with relational databases, but it is at best a leaky abstraction. At its most basic level, Hibernate is a framework that issues SQL commands to the database. Sometimes it does not do what you would expect or want (more on that in future articles). Therefore it is […]

Tips for Using Log4j

Log4j is a logging framework for Java, part of Apache’s suite of logging frameworks for various languages. While using log4j on various applications, I have had to figure out how to do certain things that were not clearly documented, possibly because the full manual for log4j is only available commercially. Before showing what I have […]