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Auditing database tables Oracle tutorial

Triggers give you control just before data is changed and just after the data is changed. This allows for: 1) Auditing tables for changes like update, insert, and delete. 2) Data …

Java logging beginner tutorial with slf4j and Apache commons logging

Slf4j is indeed just a logging facade so that one can you can plug in his/her own logging frameworks like java.util.logging, log4j, Apache commons logging, and logback. Native implementation of slf4j …

Logging and auditing in Java with Spring AOP

Auditing can be done in Servlet filters to log requests and responses, you can add interceptors in many frameworks, and AOP (Aspect Oriented Programming) allows you to add cross cutting concerns …

Logging in Java with Logback and MDC Tutorial

Logback brings a very large number of improvements over log4j like faster execution, native support for SLF4J,XML or Groovy based configuration files, automatic reloading of config files to name a few. …

Splunk to analyse Java logs and other machine data

Q1. What is Splunk and where will you use it?
A1. Splunk is an enterprise-grade software tool for collecting and analyzing “machine data” like log files, feed files, and …

Unix script to archive files for auditing

Q1. How will you move files that are older than X (e.g 7) days to their own archive folders to be zipped later on? A1.

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