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Oracle ADF Survival Guide: Mastering the Application Development Framework by Sten Vesterli

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© Sten Vesterli 2017
Sten VesterliOracle ADF Survival Guidehttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-2820-3_6

6. Logging and Debugging

Sten Vesterli
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Værløse, Denmark
 
You’ve seen how to build an ADF application with powerful declarative features, and how to add your own business logic to both the business component and the user interface layer. However, sometimes your application doesn’t work quite the way you expect it to. This is where logging and debugging comes into play.

Using ADF Logger

The first feature that helps you understand how your application works is logging. Java has basic logging features built in, and there are also several logging Java frameworks like Log4J . In an ADF application, you should use the ADF-specific ADFLogger class for ...

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