Java Logging

Lokesh Gupta

Logging is referred to as capturing the relevant information of an application runtime in permanent storage. Later, these logs can be used for debugging security failures, configuration errors, performance bottlenecks, and/or bugs in the application or platform.

This Java logging series lists down all tutorials posted under logging frameworks such as Log4j2 and Logback, for quick references.

1. Log4j2

1.1. Getting Started

1.2. Log Levels, Appenders and Layouts

1.3. Advance Topics

2. Logback

2.1. Basics, Appenders and Layouts

2.2. Advance Topics

3. Other Frameworks

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