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What is JDBC Logger?

JDBC Logger is an Open Source Java tool that intercepts and logs all database statements that use JDBC. It is intended for developers to monitor SQL statements generated by EJB, Hibernate or any other database access tool that doesn't display them in clear.

September 29, 2007 - JDBC Logger 0.6 Released

JDBC Logger 0.6 has been released, it is available from the download page. This version mainly brings a new integration module for Spring Framework, and some small bug fixes. We also provide now binary packages for download, the small demo applications are now available too. For Maven users, there is now an all in one package that provides the full functionality of JDBC Logger in one package, that can be used as the only dependency. For more information please take a look at the Integration with Spring page and at the updated Installation page.

July 13, 2007 - first release ... (hope the date brings us luck :P)

We are happy to announce the release of JDBC Logger version 0.5. Please don't let superstition stand in the way and give it a try. This release includes a generic wrapper that should work with most JDBC drivers, and a custom one for Oracle 10. You can check out the list of drivers we've tested with in the Supported databases page. We can't actually do exhaustive tests with all versions of all drivers so please let us know of your experience with JDBC Logger, be it good or bad.