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From Emmanuel LŽcharny <elecha...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Not sure why...
Date Tue, 19 Jan 2010 18:45:54 GMT
Alan D. Cabrera a écrit :
>> Just one more thing that I noted in the class, there are no log
>> statements. Dom't we need them?
> I'm against logging exceptions if we're re-throwing them unless we 
> print out some critical piece of information that cannot be discerned 
> by any other method.  I say this from experience where I had to slog 
> through millions of log statements generated by one exception where 
> every well meaning layer printed something out.
IMO, we should log :
- where we got the exception if we now that no log has already been 
- if and only if the log adds some value to what has already be loaded
- In some case, it might be interesting to use a specific logger. For 
instance, if you grab a new connection to a LDAP serve,r and get an 
exception, using a dedicated logger can help when analysing specifically 
all the LDAP related issues.

Logging too much is deadly... Not logging enough is deadly too.  Use 
common sense, test you code, and check if you are just logging enough 
and not too much.

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