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    Hi,

    I have a program that uses a static logger :

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    private static final Logger logger =
            Logger.getLogger(Log.class.getName());
    When i let Netbeans inspect the program, the only remark i get is that i have to create a logger field in each class.
    Why netbeans propose this ?

    Kind regards
    Dipke

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    Default Re: Logger

    Quote Originally Posted by Dipke View Post
    Hi,

    I have a program that uses a static logger :

    Java Code:
    private static final Logger logger =
            Logger.getLogger(Log.class.getName());
    When i let Netbeans inspect the program, the only remark i get is that i have to create a logger field in each class.
    Why netbeans propose this ?

    Kind regards
    Dipke
    If you take that line out of your class, Netbeans stops whining? If so, forget that warning when you put the line in ...

    kind regards,

    Jos
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    Hi,

    Thanks for the answer.
    I know that netbeans stops winning, but why i have (according to netbeans) to put this line in each class ?
    Is there any particulary reason ?

    The logger just works fine.

    Kind regards
    Dipke

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    Default Re: Logger

    Quote Originally Posted by Dipke View Post
    I know that netbeans stops winning, but why i have (according to netbeans) to put this line in each class ?
    Is there any particulary reason ?
    I think Netbeans is being too itchy and expects all classes to have a Logger when one class has one. Computers and semantics are a bad combination ;-)

    kind regards,

    Jos
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    Hi Jos,

    Many thanks for the explanation

    Kind regards
    Dipke

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