Here are some examples of how to use the java.util.logging package to log messages in Java:
To log SQL statements in Spring Boot, you can configure the logging level of the org.hibernate.SQL logger to DEBUG or TRACE.
You can use the Log facade to write to the console from a Laravel controller.
To get the query executed in Laravel 5, you can use the DB::getQueryLog() method.
To print a debug log in PHP, you can use the echo function to output a string to the web page or the print_r function to output the contents of a variable.
To write logs to a text file using java.util.logging.Logger, you will need to do the following:
To capture an exception message in Python, you can use a try-except block and the as keyword to assign the exception message to a variable.
This error message indicates that the system is unable to create a cache directory at the specified location.
In a Spring Boot application, you can log all requests and responses, along with exceptions, in a single place by using a combination of Spring Boot's logging framework and request/response interceptors.