Application logging in WebSphere Application Server Community Edition

Using java.util.logging, Log4j and SLF4j

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Phani Madgula

Date archived: April 28, 2017 | First published: March 25, 2009

WebSphere Application Server Community Edition provides several ways to configure application logging, using java.util.logging, Log4j and SLF4j APIs. Though the steps to configure these logging services are to large extent independent of any application server, WebSphere Application Server requires certain tweaks to get your desired logging behavior. This tutorial walks you through these tweaks coupled with sample applications. WebSphere® Application Server Community Edition is freely available for download, so you can get started in just a few minutes.

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