In this release, I’ve cleaned up the generated SQL a bit and added a bunch more options for controlling the SQL output. You can now turn on and off the type of SQL you want to log. For example, you might want to log only INSERT SQL statements and generate a SQL script from the logger output.
I also added an extra logger that shows whenever a new connection is opened, or a connection is closed. It also dumps all open connection numbers at each open and close event, so you can see how many connections your program uses as it progresses (great for detecting connections leaks!)
I reorganized the documentation to hopefully make things a little more clear, especially with the growing list of options.
The two most ofen requested features for log4jdbc are Maven support and DataSource support. I plan on getting these in before the 1.2 final is out. Please be patient!
For documentation and download, go to http://log4jdbc.sourceforge.net