I noticed that, but it seems to rather defeat the purpose of having a common wrapper in the first place. It means that at various points in my code, I have to drop out and start looking at the particular implementation. I suppose it is still an advantage, in that *most* of the code will still be able to log using common calls, but it is not tidy.
Glen Mazza wrote:
There appears a getLogger() that will take you to the native java.util.logging instance:
From there, you should be able to call the native setLevel() of the 1.4 logger:
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