From Log4J To Javadoc in a Click : XpoLog Integration with DZone's JDocs
XpoLog Center enables Application and Support teams to browse logs directly into the Javadoc and source code of most J2EE infrastructure systems like Spring, Hibernate, Eclipse, Tomcat and more. XpoLog helps to quickly investigate and monitor applications in testing and production. The new integration is available at www.xpolog.com and www.jdocs.com
XpoLog released a log content analysis that identifies Java code in logs and links them to JDocs. Through this, developers, testers and support can quickly understand the nature of the infrastructure error and also share information. Download from www.xpolog.com
The new XpoLog Center Java content analysis automatically searches and monitors errors and alerts administrators, application and support teams. XpoLog supports all java logging formats (log4j, java logging), application and web servers.
XpoLog Center also added RSS feeds Applications Log Collection infrastructure that that helps to create a snapshots of end user experience problem.
The new release also contains optimizations and bug fixes.
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