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Tag Archives: Servlet
In a recent project, we used Log4j 2 as a backend for slf4j. Logging is configured differently for the local application start than for production. To do this, we used to have one configuration per environment and a piece of … Continue reading
A few days ago, Spring Session 1.0 has been released. According to the project page, it provides the following functionality: API and implementations (i.e. Redis) for managing a user’s session HttpSession – allows replacing the HttpSession in an application container … Continue reading
If you have a web application which you want to deploy more than once to a single servlet container you have the problem of separating your log files for the different web app instances. This is because the log configuration … Continue reading