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Looking for a good reference on log4J. Anyone know why the book by Ceki G�lc� is not carried by Barnes and noble, or Borders? looks like the only source is in Switzerland though the cover looked like an Orielly nutshell book. I just hate to by something sight unseen.
If not is there a better site for instructions then what is available on the jakarta site? I am looking for documentation on configuration in particular. The short documentation is too general for my needs.
 
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I found this on Amazon but I'm not sure what it's like...
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For more info about "The complete log4j manual" please refer to https://www.qos.ch/shop/products/clm_t.jsp For the list of bookshops carrying the book is listed on that page.
HTH,
 
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