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Does anybody here know what are the differences between ServletContext's log methods and GenericServlet's log methods? I know one...GS's log methods prepend the name of the servlet to the message. Any other?

 
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Nope, that's it. GenericServlet.log(String) prepends the servlet name and then calls ServletContext's log method.
 
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