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Published On February 22, 2018

Routing Log4j, Logback, Commons Logging and Jul through SLF4j - in the same project

Imagine your project depends on external libraries and these are pulling in different logging frameworks. But you want to use one specific logging framework, like Logback and want all the external libraries also to use Logback, without needing to change any code. In this episode you'll learn how to do that, with the help of legacy bridging libraries.

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Routing Log4j, Logback, Commons Logging and Jul through SLF4j - in the same project

Imagine your project depends on external libraries and these are pulling in different logging frameworks. But you want to use one specific logging framework, like Logback and want all the external libraries also to use Logback, without needing to change any code. In this episode you'll learn how to do that, with the help of legacy bridging libraries.

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