A logging profile allows you to define and configure logging specific to that particular application. This includes specifying the log levels, log handlers, and formatting for the logs generated by your application. In this article we will learn how to define a Logging Profile and the key differences with Standard Loggers.
Log4j2 is the latest major release of the popular Logging Framework. In this tutorial we will learn how to include Log4j2 configuration file and use it in your deployments running on WildFly.
The error message “SLF4J: Failed to load class ‘org.slf4j.impl.StaticLoggerBinder‘” commonly occurs in Java applications when the Simple Logging Facade for Java (SLF4J) framework cannot find an appropriate implementation for the logging system. This error can be frustrating, but it’s relatively straightforward to resolve by adding the necessary SLF4J dependencies to your project. In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through the steps to fix this error.
This article discusses the configuration you can apply in WildFly to enable logging in JSON format. We will learn how to do that natively in WildFly or using a Log4j custom configuration. Strategies for logging in JSON There are several use cases in which logging in JSON format can be useful. For example: Use cases … Read more
This article shows how to enable logs compression in WildFly by setting the appropriate suffix in your Periodic Rotating File Handler. In the second part of this tutorial we will learn how to compress logs using Log4j instead.
In this tutorial, we will discuss how to use Simple Logging Facade for Java (SLF4J) with Wildfly application server. SLF4J is a logging facade that provides a unified interface for various logging frameworks, such as log4j, java.util.logging, and Logback. It allows for the decoupling of the application code from the underlying logging framework, making it easier to change the logging framework without modifying the application code.
Simple Logging Facade for Java (SLF4J) is a logging facade that provides a unified interface for various logging frameworks, such as log4j, java.util.logging, and Logback. It allows for the decoupling of the application code from the underlying logging framework, making it easier to change the logging framework without modifying the application code. Here is a small tutorial to discuss the advantages of using SLF4J versus direct logging configuration.
In this short tutorial we will learn how to inspect the WildFly log files from the Command Line Interface.
This security bulletin discusses the recent flaws in Log4j2 library which affects some recent versions of this opensource library. Let’s see how to perform checks and mitigation actions if your Java applications are using a flawed Log4j2 version.
This article will teach you how to configure the Periodic File Handler in WildFly. We will also go through some common settings and advanced options such as compressing and rotating the logs file.