® Expeditor Client provides Client Services target definition support to assist in managing project dependencies and launch configurations. These target definitions simplify the creation and configuration of application projects for serviceability, enabling you to select the target logging and tracing APIs, and provide automatic management of the requisite logging and tracing libraries. When enabling a project for serviceability, you can select any of the Client Services target definitions for your Client Services project. The following table provides a list of tasks and the appropriate target feature selections for each profile in a Client Services project.
Table 1. Client Services project tasks
Parent topic: Developing for serviceability
|JSR47 logging and tracing || No extra target features required since these APIs are provided in the Base JRE included with Lotus Expeditor and are made available via the system class path. |
|Eclipse Logging and Tracing ||Eclipse Core components. |
Note: This target feature is selected by default in all Lotus Expeditor profiles.
|OSGi LogService logging and tracing ||Eclipse Core components. |
Note: This target feature is selected by default in all Lotus Expeditor profiles. Also note That while there is a specific target feature called Log Service, this does not be selected on your project target profile since it is an actual Implementation of the OSGi LogService interface, not the interface definitions that are provided in the Eclipse Core components target feature.
|Apache Commons logging and tracing||Apache Commons Components|