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13. Logging Jakarta EE Applications

Peter Späth1 
(1)
Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany
 

Logging is a vital part of any application of mid- to high-level complexity. While the program runs through its execution paths, several logging statements describe what the program is doing, which parameters get passed to method calls, which values local variables and class fields have and how they change, which decisions are made, and so on. This logging information gets collected and sent to a file, a database, a message queue, or whatever, and the developer and the operations team may investigate program flows for bug-fixing or auditing purposes.

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