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    ravian is offline Senior Member
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    I have an application written in Java and I want to generate LOG files so I can monitor the application.

    How to do that??? Should I install some plugin for that? Eclipse has support for that??

    Thanks for your time.

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    Hi,
    U can do that by yourself...u dont need a plug-in.
    U can create a java class that has methods to write in a file that u create.
    Try to do it..it will be a good test for your java knowlege and its easy.

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    thanks henry_78 for quick response.

    Are you talking about creating a text file and writing to it using Input streams??

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