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package org.slf4j.helpers;
Serves as base class for named logger implementation. More significantly, this class establishes deserialization behavior. See

Ceki Gulcu
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abstract class NamedLoggerBase implements LoggerSerializable {
  private static final long serialVersionUID = 7535258609338176893L;
  protected String name;
  public String getName() {
    return ;
Replace this instance with a homonymous (same name) logger returned by LoggerFactory. Note that this method is only called during deserialization.

This approach will work well if the desired ILoggerFactory is the one references by LoggerFactory. However, if the user manages its logger hierarchy through a different (non-static) mechanism, e.g. dependency injection, then this approach would be mostly counterproductive.

logger with same name as returned by LoggerFactory
  protected Object readResolve() throws ObjectStreamException {
    // using getName() instead of works even for
    // NOPLogger
    return LoggerFactory.getLogger(getName());
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