Mined Opinions For API: log4j

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  • I have a simple Hello World example that passes a Map to Camel and displays the values to the console via Log4J.. details
  • Could the exception be logged somewhere else like with log4j?. details
  • I would really appreciate your help.. details
  • Thanks,Amit Ofer .. details
  • May be it would be nice to see what Log4j is saying.. details
  • I had this problem when I had a Log4J logger as a class property, such as: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • I'm writing the back end of a web application, that uses REST APIs for extracting data that is used for reports in the client side.The framework I'm writing on uses Codehaus jackson for parsing the requests from JSON to data objects (data beans).I have a bunch of APIs of this sort, 10-15.each of them gets a different request object from the client side (though some inheritance do exist).what I want to do is add logging (using log4j) for each of these APIs so that when I enter each of the methods the request data object will be logged.the simple solution would be to implement a toString() method for each of these data objects, but I want to avoid going over all of these data objects and see if there's a solution similiar to the way that jackson parses the JSON into an object.I.e have the object converted back to its textual format in order to put it into the log.. details
  • No additional erros in log4j :( and I haev the same been configuration... Is there a working sample somewhere I can download and debug the differences?. details
  • @Eran, Have you tried log4j, you will see serialization exception or error coming from controller.. details
Summaries the opinions about log4j using topic modeling.
  • 0. console camel simple pass world display exception log amit ofer: 5
    • I have a simple Hello World example that passes a Map to Camel and displays the values to the console via Log4J.. details
    • Could the exception be logged somewhere else like with log4j?. details
    • Thanks,Amit Ofer .. details
    • I would really appreciate your help.. details
    • May be it would be nice to see what Log4j is saying.. details
  • 0. request log solution side jackson beans eran enter order exception: 4
    • I had this problem when I had a Log4J logger as a class property, such as: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I'm writing the back end of a web application, that uses REST APIs for extracting data that is used for reports in the client side.The framework I'm writing on uses Codehaus jackson for parsing the requests from JSON to data objects (data beans).I have a bunch of APIs of this sort, 10-15.each of them gets a different request object from the client side (though some inheritance do exist).what I want to do is add logging (using log4j) for each of these APIs so that when I enter each of the methods the request data object will be logged.the simple solution would be to implement a toString() method for each of these data objects, but I want to avoid going over all of these data objects and see if there's a solution similiar to the way that jackson parses the JSON into an object.I.e have the object converted back to its textual format in order to put it into the log.. details
    • No additional erros in log4j :( and I haev the same been configuration... Is there a working sample somewhere I can download and debug the differences?. details
    • @Eran, Have you tried log4j, you will see serialization exception or error coming from controller.. details
Summaries of the opinions about log4j using three algorithms (Textrank, Lexrank and Luhn) adopted from extractive summarization. Each algorithm was used once for the positive opinions and once for the negative opinions.
  • May be it would be nice to see what Log4j is saying .
  • I have a simple Hello World example that passes a Map to Camel and displays the values to the console via Log4J .
  • I would really appreciate your help .
  • Thanks,Amit Ofer .
  • Could the exception be logged somewhere else like with log4j?.
  • May be it would be nice to see what Log4j is saying .
  • I have a simple Hello World example that passes a Map to Camel and displays the values to the console via Log4J .
  • I would really appreciate your help .
  • Thanks,Amit Ofer .
  • Could the exception be logged somewhere else like with log4j?.
  • May be it would be nice to see what Log4j is saying .
  • I have a simple Hello World example that passes a Map to Camel and displays the values to the console via Log4J .
  • I would really appreciate your help .
  • Thanks,Amit Ofer .
  • Could the exception be logged somewhere else like with log4j?.
  • I had this problem when I had a Log4J logger as a class property, such as: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • @Eran, Have you tried log4j, you will see serialization exception or error coming from controller .
  • No additional erros in log4j :( and I haev the same been configuration Is there a working sample somewhere I can download and debug the differences?.
  • I'm writing the back end of a web application, that uses REST APIs for extracting data that is used for reports in the client side The framework I'm writing on uses Codehaus jackson for parsing the requests from JSON to data objects (data beans) I have a bunch of APIs of this sort, 10 15 each of them gets a different request object from the client side (though some inheritance do exist) what I want to do is add logging (using log4j) for each of these APIs so that when I enter each of the methods the request data object will be logged the simple solution would be to implement a toString() method for each of these data objects, but I want to avoid going over all of these data objects and see if there's a solution similiar to the way that jackson parses the JSON into an object I e have the object converted back to its textual format in order to put it into the log .
  • I had this problem when I had a Log4J logger as a class property, such as: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • @Eran, Have you tried log4j, you will see serialization exception or error coming from controller .
  • No additional erros in log4j :( and I haev the same been configuration Is there a working sample somewhere I can download and debug the differences?.
  • I'm writing the back end of a web application, that uses REST APIs for extracting data that is used for reports in the client side The framework I'm writing on uses Codehaus jackson for parsing the requests from JSON to data objects (data beans) I have a bunch of APIs of this sort, 10 15 each of them gets a different request object from the client side (though some inheritance do exist) what I want to do is add logging (using log4j) for each of these APIs so that when I enter each of the methods the request data object will be logged the simple solution would be to implement a toString() method for each of these data objects, but I want to avoid going over all of these data objects and see if there's a solution similiar to the way that jackson parses the JSON into an object I e have the object converted back to its textual format in order to put it into the log .
  • I had this problem when I had a Log4J logger as a class property, such as: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • @Eran, Have you tried log4j, you will see serialization exception or error coming from controller .
  • No additional erros in log4j :( and I haev the same been configuration Is there a working sample somewhere I can download and debug the differences?.
  • I'm writing the back end of a web application, that uses REST APIs for extracting data that is used for reports in the client side The framework I'm writing on uses Codehaus jackson for parsing the requests from JSON to data objects (data beans) I have a bunch of APIs of this sort, 10 15 each of them gets a different request object from the client side (though some inheritance do exist) what I want to do is add logging (using log4j) for each of these APIs so that when I enter each of the methods the request data object will be logged the simple solution would be to implement a toString() method for each of these data objects, but I want to avoid going over all of these data objects and see if there's a solution similiar to the way that jackson parses the JSON into an object I e have the object converted back to its textual format in order to put it into the log .
Summaries of the opinions about log4j using Opinosis, an abstractive summarizer of opinions..
Summaries of the opinions about log4j using contrastive viewpoints. Each entry contains a pair of positive and negative sentences that are most likely discussing about similar API features.
Summaries of opinions about based on specific API aspects, such as, performance, usability, etc. The 'Overview' page provides an overview of the aspects detected in the opinions. The 'Trend' page shows the distribution of polarity over time for each aspect. The 'Positive Opinions' page groups positive opinions by the detected aspects. The 'Contrastive By Aspect' page shows paris of contrastive opinions under each aspect (where found).
Onlysentiment:
  • I would really appreciate your help.
  • N/A
Bug:
  • Could the exception be logged somewhere else like with log4j?
  • @Eran, Have you tried log4j, you will see serialization exception or error coming from controller.
Usability:
  • I have a simple Hello World example that passes a Map to Camel and displays the values to the console via Log4J.
  • I had this problem when I had a Log4J logger as a class property, such as: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .
  • Onlysentiment: 2
    1. general: 2
      • I would really appreciate your help.. details
      • Thanks,Amit Ofer .. details
  • Bug: 1
    1. general: 1
      • Could the exception be logged somewhere else like with log4j?. details
  • Usability: 2
    1. general: 2
      • I have a simple Hello World example that passes a Map to Camel and displays the values to the console via Log4J.. details
      • May be it would be nice to see what Log4j is saying.. details
  • Bug: 1
    1. general: 1
      • @Eran, Have you tried log4j, you will see serialization exception or error coming from controller.. details
  • Usability: 3
    1. general: 3
      • I had this problem when I had a Log4J logger as a class property, such as: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • I'm writing the back end of a web application, that uses REST APIs for extracting data that is used for reports in the client side.The framework I'm writing on uses Codehaus jackson for parsing the requests from JSON to data objects (data beans).I have a bunch of APIs of this sort, 10-15.each of them gets a different request object from the client side (though some inheritance do exist).what I want to do is add logging (using log4j) for each of these APIs so that when I enter each of the methods the request data object will be logged.the simple solution would be to implement a toString() method for each of these data objects, but I want to avoid going over all of these data objects and see if there's a solution similiar to the way that jackson parses the JSON into an object.I.e have the object converted back to its textual format in order to put it into the log.. details
      • No additional erros in log4j :( and I haev the same been configuration... Is there a working sample somewhere I can download and debug the differences?. details