[thelist] Tomcat, JBoss, or JRun - which is better for learni ng j2ee?

Steve Lewis nepolon at worlddomination.net
Tue Feb 24 13:15:39 CST 2004

Hassan Schroeder wrote:

> david.landy at somerfield.co.uk wrote:
>> I can't get the breakpoints to work in Sun One Studio. 
> Sorry, can't help you there -- as far as IDEs go, I'm partial to
> the viewpoint expressed in the Kernighan and Pike reference on
> this page: <http://logging.apache.org/log4j/docs/manual.html> :-)
> But, said page is a good intro to "log4j", now part of the Apache
> Logging Services Project (<http://logging.apache.org/>).
> Anyone using Tomcat should at least be aware of log4j; it's used in
> other projects as well, and it can make your debugging a lot easier.

What does log4j have to do with IDEs or debugging?  log4j is not an IDE.

IDE: The acronym for Integrated Development Environment. The IDE 
includes all the tools necessary to create applications.

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