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Log Bridge

Log Bridge allows the abstraction of logging from a particular logging implementation. Log Bridge allows you to do this by providing a simple API that acts as a bridge from your library or component through to the logging package that the developers using your components choose. The features built into Log Bridge that are not readily available in other packages are: Tracing (entry and exit) is supported Programmatic control A simple API Less magic Built-in support for Simple Log Wide logging package support Log Bridge currently provides bridges to the following logging packages: Simple Log J2SE Logging Log4J IBM's Logging Toolkit for Java jLo Protomatter Syslog

 
CategoryLogging Tools
LicenseApache Software License
HomePagehttps://log-bridge.dev.java.net/





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