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Class without logger

Reports classes which do not have a declared logger.

Ensuring that every class has a dedicated logger is an important step in providing a unified logging implementation for an application. Interfaces, enumerations, annotations, inner classes, and abstract classes are not reported by this inspection.

For example:

public class NoLoggerDeclared { int calculateNthDigitOfPi(int n) { // todo return 1; } }

Use the table in the Options section to specify logger class names. Classes which do not declare a field with the type of one of the specified classes will be reported by this inspection.

Inspection options

Here you can find the description of settings available for the Class without logger inspection, and the reference of their default values.

None

Inspection Details

By default bundled with:

IntelliJ IDEA 2024.1, Qodana for JVM 2024.1,

Can be installed with plugin:

Java, 241.14841

Last modified: 12 March 2024