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Developing Web Applications with Oracle ADF Essentials by Sten E. Vesterli

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Chapter 6. Debugging ADF Applications

Naturally, your applications work the first time. But in case you want to help your friends and colleagues, who do not write code as flawlessly as you, this chapter describes how to find out what their application is doing using the ADF logging features and the JDeveloper debugging support.

ADF logging

Beginner programmers tend to litter their code with System.out.println() calls because that's the print statement used in the ubiquitous "Hello World" examples. As programmers gain experience, they tire of having to remove all of these statements before putting code into production and start using a proper logging framework.

There are several options for logging in Java—some of the most well-known are log4j and ...

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