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I have a legacy web application that use Java log "java.util.logging.Logger"
recently I create another EJB module project (jar),extended web app use this EJB module.
when I deploy I put both web app and EJB module into one Enterprise Application project(ear),
my question is that how can I implement log for my EJB project,continue use Java log like web app?,log into same file? or should i use different log file for EJB?
or change that java log to Log4J,so still same log file or different log file?
if it is one same log file,should I implement in sub projects level or top project level?

thanks ranchers.
 
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