Java util logging vs log4j
Nov 29, · There were a (very) few minor changes to go from Log4j to Log4j2 but I see that as much less of a pain than introducing a layer of abstraction. area907.infog is dead, it should never have existed in the first place, and if we would all just switch over to Log4j2 we could kill off slf4j and logback. How to send area907.infog to log4j? Ask Question I have an existing application which does all of its logging against log4j. We use a number of other libraries that either also use log4j, or log against Commons Logging, which ends up using log4j under the covers in our environment. but as of version beta1 they have removed. I'd say you're probably fine with area907.infog for the needs you describe. For a good decision tree, have a look at Log4j vs area907.infog. Question One: Do you anticipate a need for any of the clever handlers that Log4j has that JUL does not have, such as the SMTPHandler, NTEventLogHandler, or any of the very convenient FileHandlers?