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Mixin in Java with Aspects – for a Scala traits sample

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Scala traits allow new behaviors to be mixed into a class. Consider two traits to add auditing and version related fields to JPA entities:                   package mvcsample.domain import javax.persistence.Version import scala.reflect.BeanProperty import java.util.Date trait Versionable { @Version @BeanProperty var version: Int = _ } trait Auditable { @BeanProperty var createdAt: Date = ...

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Spring: Setting Logging Dependencies

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This post describes how to set-up logging dependencies in Spring. It is based on information available in a post by Dave Syer’s. A reminder on Java logging frameworks is available here. The code example is available at GitHub in the Spring-Logging-Dependencies directory. Spring uses Jakarta Commons Logging API (JCL). Unfortunately, many people do not like its runtime discovery algorithm. We can disactivate it and ...

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Grails SQL Logging part 2 – groovy.sql.Sql

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I discussed options for logging Hibernate-generated SQL in an earlier post but today I was trying to figure out how to see the SQL from groovy.sql.Sql and didn’t have much luck at first. The core problem is that the Sql class uses a java.util.logging.Logger (JUL) while the rest of the world uses a Log4j logger (often with a Commons Logging or SLF4J ...

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Logging Hibernate SQL

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There are two well-known ways to log Hibernate SQL in Grails; one is to add logSql = true in DataSource.groovy (either in the top-level block for all environments or per-environment)             dataSource { dbCreate = ... url = ... ... logSql = true } and the other is to use a Log4j logging configuration: log4j ...

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Where do the stack traces come from?

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I believe that reading and understanding stack traces is an essential skill every programmer should posses in order to effectively troubleshoot problems with every JVM language (see also: Filtering irrelevant stack trace lines in logs and Logging exceptions root cause first). So may we start with a little quiz? Given the following piece of code, which methods will be present ...

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How to change logging level in runtime

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Changing the log logging level in runtime is important mainly in production environment where you might want to have debug logging for limited amount of time. Well, changing the root logger is very simple – assuming you have an input parameter with the wanted logging level simply get the root logger and set by the input logging level, such as: ...

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Logback: Logging revisited

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Hi, I am back again with my rant about logging as an inherent part of any application design and development. I am a big fan of strong basics, and in my humble opinion logging is one of those often overlooked but basic critical element of any enterprise grade application. I have written about this before here. This is not really ...

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GlassFish Operations: Log Notifications

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The of the most prominent requirements for application servers derive from the operations space. Taking this into account the next Java EE platform specification will focus entirely on platform as a service (PaaS) and cloud operations. Looking at what we have today still leaves a couple of questions unanswered. The one I get asked for quite a lot is: ‘How ...

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Logback: Application errors notification

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Some months ago when I was doing big application refactoring I found really annoying pieces of log4j based code used for logging repeated hundreds of times:                   if (LOG.isDebugEnabled()) { LOG.debug("Logging some stuff = " + stuff); } I wanted to get rid of isXXXEnabled an thats how I found Logback and ...

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Using slf4j with logback tutorial

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In current post I am going to show you how to configure your application to use slf4j and logback as logger solution. The Simple Logging Facade For Java (slf4j) is a simple facade for various logging frameworks, like JDK logging (java.util.logging), log4j, or logback. Even it contains a binding tat will delegate all logger operations to another well known logging ...

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