Non-constant string concatenation as argument to logging call
Reports non-constant string concatenations that are used as arguments to SLF4J and Log4j 2 logging methods. Non-constant concatenations are evaluated at runtime even when the logging message is not logged; this can negatively impact performance. It is recommended to use a parameterized log message instead, which will not be evaluated when logging is disabled.
After the quick-fix is applied:
Configure the inspection:
Use the Warn on list to ignore certain higher logging levels. Higher logging levels may be enabled even in production, and the arguments will always be evaluated.
all log levels
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