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=== EclipseLink User Guide References ===
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Revision as of 09:39, 15 May 2008

How do I integrate with a third party logging framework

EclipseLink's default logging is based on Java (1.4 an higher) java.util.logging but is also extensible to allow other logging frameworks to be used.

This how-to example will illustrate how other logging solutions such as Log4J and Apache common logging can be easily used with EclipseLink.


Logging Extension Basics

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Using Log4J

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Using Apache Commons Logging

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