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kandi X-RAY | java-logging Summary

kandi X-RAY | java-logging Summary

java-logging is a Java library typically used in Utilities, Build Tool, Maven applications. java-logging has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub, Maven.

If you are using Maven with BOM, add this to your pom.xml file.

            kandi-support Support

              java-logging has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 32 star(s) with 36 fork(s). There are 44 watchers for this library.
              There were 10 major release(s) in the last 12 months.
              There are 15 open issues and 224 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 88 days. There are 2 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of java-logging is v3.15.2

            kandi-Quality Quality

              java-logging has no bugs reported.

            kandi-Security Security

              java-logging has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.

            kandi-License License

              java-logging is licensed under the Apache-2.0 License. This license is Permissive.
              Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.

            kandi-Reuse Reuse

              java-logging releases are available to install and integrate.
              Deployable package is available in Maven.
              Build file is available. You can build the component from source.
              Installation instructions, examples and code snippets are available.

            Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

            kandi has reviewed java-logging and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into java-logging implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.
            • Returns a hashcode of the resource
            • Returns the log entry payload
            • Returns a hashCode of this descriptor
            • This method returns a hashCode of the descriptor
            • Returns a hashcode for the request
            • Returns the writer identity of the destination
            • Returns a unique hashCode of this descriptor
            • Compares two LogEntry objects
            • Compares two LogSplit
            • Publish a log record
            • Returns a hashcode for the resource
            • Calculates the hash code for this object
            • Returns the size of the resource
            • Returns the size of this entry
            • Writes the message to the stream
            • Writes log entries
            • Converts a log entry to bbb
            • Returns the size of the serialized message
            • Returns the size of the stream
            • Returns the size of the serialized message
            • Converts a LogEntry into a LogEntry object
            • Checks if this instance s metadata is equal to the metadata
            • This method returns a hashcode of the resource descriptor
            • Creates a 64 - bit hash code
            • Return the size of the serialized message
            • Write the message to the output stream
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            java-logging Key Features

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            java-logging Examples and Code Snippets

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            Community Discussions


            Getting NoSuchMethodError (DestinationAccessor) when launching Spring Boot project with generated Java VDM
            Asked 2020-Jul-31 at 13:16

            I'm building a Spring Boot project making use of S/4HANA custom OData Service and Java VDM. I have been following various tutorials on SAP Blog, or S4H13 course - the approach is pretty much the same. I managed to successfully generate VDM for my Custom OData Service based on the edmx file, created all necessary commands, methods in the controller and so on.

            Unfortunately, I'm encountering an issue when launching the project locally. I use the following command first: mvn clean package and later, when I'm in the application directory want to run the project: mvn spring-boot:run.

            The project build fails with the following errors and exceptions:

            2020-07-31 12:45:20.941 ERROR 70176 --- [main] o.a.c.c.C.[Tomcat].[localhost].[/] : Exception sending context initialized event to listener instance of class []



            Answered 2020-Jul-31 at 13:16

            Please find the outdated dependency in your dependency tree:



            SLF4J Logging Exception as JSON or Single-Line String
            Asked 2020-Jul-24 at 16:07

            I need to be able to log an Exception as a single record in my logs, which will make it much easier to investigate issues in Kibana / Elasticsearch. From what I can tell from the documentation for slf4j, the Logger interface requires messages to be Strings. Is my only option to remove newline characters from the Exception message before passing it to the Logger?

            For context, I am using the following:

            • .m2/repository/org/slf4j/slf4j-api/1.7.28/slf4j-api-1.7.28.jar
            • Java 11
            • Sprint Boot version 2.1.8.RELEASE

            This is a trimmed down version of my custom exception handler :



            Answered 2020-Jul-24 at 16:07

            I changed my logError method to this:



            java.util.logger undefined for the type System.Logger
            Asked 2020-Jun-19 at 03:26

            I am new to java and trying to use the logger in java.util. I declare the logger like this snippet:



            Answered 2020-Jun-19 at 03:26

            You are confusing java.util.logging.Logger, which is a logging framework added in Java 1.4, and java.lang.System.Logger, which is a logging facade added in Java 9.

            Since you are calling Logger.getLogger(), it means that you imported the wrong Logger type.

            Solution: Fix your import statement.



            Logs not showing in Google Cloud Logging UI
            Asked 2020-May-27 at 20:22

            I'm trying to set up sending my application logs to Google Cloud Logging, but no matter what I try, the logs are not visible in the Log Viewer.

            I tried:

            • using the Java Logging Logback appender directly, following all of the steps in the documentation, setting different combinations of parameters
            • using Spring Cloud GCP, again following all of the tutorials and trying different configurations
            • using the CLI to write log entries, using the examples from the docs
            • using the API explorer to write log entries, providing all of the required fields

            The Log ingestion tab shows that the data is actually ingested and I am able to retrieve the entries using gcloud logging read or using the API explorer.

            Unfortunately, the logs are not showing up in the viewer, which greets me with

            [..] You do not have any logs in your project right now.

            The logging API is, of course, enabled (I guess I wouldn't be able to get the CLI/API explorer to work without it).

            Any clues what's wrong? Can it be that my logging entries have invalid format or are missing some key bit of information?

            Attaching a couple of log entries, just in case. First was created by the API, second one was sent from the app:



            Answered 2020-May-25 at 20:15

            I think I tried everything by now and I believe there's just something wrong with that particular project.

            I followed through on the walkaround that I edited into the question and created a completely new project. I ran a lambda function which logged a line to make sure both classical and preview modes of the viewer are working. Finally, I moved all of my resources to the new project.



            Log4j Filepattern not working when SizeBasedTriggeringPolicy triggered
            Asked 2020-Apr-24 at 13:04

            We're having issues with our log4j2 configuration, which we've taken almost directly from section 4.4:



            Answered 2020-Apr-24 at 13:04

            It seems that the policies work as stated in the documentation. I tested it on a Spring Boot 2.2.6.RELEASE app with:



            async support missing in reactive redis connection
            Asked 2020-Mar-26 at 16:24

            I am learning to use spring webflux and as part of it i developed an application which uses Redis to save and retrieve data. But the problem i face is when the request tries to connect to redis i get following error :



            Answered 2020-Mar-26 at 16:24

            As per the suggesion of Yauhen Balykin, i have removed Tomcat dependency and also removed the packaging in the jar. now it works fine



            Missing navigation value to_ScheduleLine in SalesOrderSimulation entity when transferring OData result to Sales Order simulation entity
            Asked 2020-Mar-05 at 11:06

            I am using the SAP Cloud SDK to invoke OData service API_SALES_ORDER_SIMULATION_SRV to do sales order simulation.

            The pay load I used is as below:



            Answered 2020-Mar-05 at 11:06

            Please update to version 3.14.0 of the SAP Cloud SDK.

            For reproducing the issue, I compared my previous test results as described in the comments with those from Wiremock tests and version 3.13.0 (and earlier). It turns out the issue that you've described was fixed one iteration later. It was fixed in 3.14.0.



            Logging in AWS Lambda with slf4j
            Asked 2020-Feb-18 at 16:59

            I am using a lambda function and writing it in Java. I was looking up logging for Lambda functions when I read the docs and they support log4j -

            I was wondering if we could use logging using the Slf4j annotation as well since Slf4j is only a binding annotation. Has anybody tried using Slf4j before with lambda?



            Answered 2020-Feb-18 at 16:59

            Yes, you can. Just add the following dependencies to your project:



            Why is Logback the default logging framework in Spring Boot?
            Asked 2020-Jan-22 at 19:15

            I've tried to search on Spring documentation + articles on the internet + questions from Stackoverflow but I didn't find any information about it. For me the configuration of Log4J2 (especially the pattern) is much simpler, personal taste.

            Also, I find that Log4J2 has better performance than Logback according to these articles:



            What is the difference between log4j, slf4j and logback?


            And if we are to consider Async Logger, the performance is expediently higher in favor of Log4J2 according to Apache - and yes I know that it's their job to make their framework look better but I do believe that they are reliable.

            My assumption is that Pivotal choose Logback to be the default because Log4J2 came sometime after they released version 1.0 of Spring-Boot.

            Can anyone shed some light on this? Is my assumption correct?



            Answered 2019-Jul-07 at 16:35

            This is the reason:

            Phil Webb: I don't really feel like the arguments being made justify the introduction of a breaking change. [...] If we were starting Spring Boot today we may well have chosen Log4J2 over Logback, but I think so far there are no massively compelling reasons to cause our users upgrade pain. [...] I think it's unlikely that we'll consider switching the default logging system until the next major release of Spring Boot.

            Ralph Goers: support for configuring Log4j 2 from Spring Cloud Config is planned to be added.




            AWS lambda not working with Log4j 2 appender
            Asked 2019-May-26 at 09:28

            I am trying to write a java based lambda function. Everything works fine except the logging. I have the log4j2.xml file in classpath.

            I have also followed the instruction laid down in AWS Lambda LOgging in Java to the word.

            I get this in the log when I trigger the Lambda function.

            log4j:WARN No appenders could be found for logger (com.amazonaws.AmazonWebServiceClient). log4j:WARN Please initialize the log4j system properly. log4j:WARN See for more info.

            I use maven to package the jar. The pom.xml has the following dependencies.



            Answered 2018-Mar-01 at 13:36

            That error message is produced by an old version of Log4j (1.2.x) that’s on the classpath somehow. Log4j 2.x error messages look different.

            Please remove the Log4j 1.2.x jar from the classpath. If any of the libraries have a dependency on Log4j 1.2, add the adapter log4j-1.2-api-2.8.2.jar.


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