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Subject: Re: Question: Chainsaw usage

All I have been lurking for a short while and I have to say good job! Your response times are fantastic! Steve Sent from my BlackBerry device on the Rogers Wireless Network -----Origina

Subject: Re: Question: Chainsaw usage

On 20/10/2007 at 7 51 PM Owe Andresen wrote > Hello > (@(protected) im new to this list). > > 1. I write a sutom receiver for our log-message formats. What > bothers me is that i have to open the r

Subject: Re: Can i instentiate the log4j logger object?

On Oct 19 2007 at 4 12 AM Michael wrote > Dear sir > > Recently I was try with the log4j to use it to record my system out > messages however it seems that when I want to have 2 thread withi

Subject: RE: - Can i instentiate the log4j logger object? - Bayesian Filter detected

Hallo Michael About a year ago it was discussed to have a MultiFileAppender which can cover exactly this problem. The idea did not get over a sandbox project and is now sleeping. Using current ve

Subject: Re: Special characters in log4j? German umlaut?

On Oct 19 2007 at 3 40 AM BruceSpring wrote > > Can log4j log special characters? For instance the German umlaut > characters? > Umlaut characters are vowels with the two dots above them. >

Subject: Question: Chainsaw usage

Hello (@(protected) im new to this list). 1. I write a sutom receiver for our log-message formats. What bothers me is that i have to open the recevers configuration file each time when i start Chainsaw.

Subject: RE: Can i instentiate the log4j logger object?

-----Original Message----- From Ruchi Mishra [mailto ruchi.m@(protected)] Sent Friday October 19 2007 3 52 PM To Log4J Users List Subject RE Can i instentiate the log4j logger object? Hi Mich

Subject: RE: Can i instentiate the log4j logger object?

Hi Michael It is possible to have two loggers if you take logger instead of root Logger.

Subject: Can i instentiate the log4j logger object?

Dear sir Recently I was try with the log4j to use it to record my system out messages however it seems that when I want to have 2 thread within the same JVM where each of them having their own l

Subject: Special characters in log4j? German umlaut?

Can log4j log special characters? For instance the German umlaut characters? Umlaut characters are vowels with the two dots above them. -- View this message in context http //www.nabble.com/Sp

Subject: Re: Thread-specific appenders

On Oct 16 2007 at 10 40 PM Aditya Prasad wrote > Three questions > > 1) Is there an existing class I should be using instead? > I don 't think there is one that addresses your specific needs at

Subject: Re: Thread-specific appenders

Ah yes that was my first approach. But then it 's more painful to watch them separately in real time it requires more than a simple 'grep ' if I have multi-line output (probably more work than the T

Subject: Re: Thread-specific appenders

yep but I have a 'simpler ' implementation for you. If you 're trying to seperate logs out by thread do you _really_ need a file per thread? Couldn 't each line in the log file simply contain the

Subject: Re: Thread-specific appenders

Ah the XML configuration syntax is much richer than in log4j.properties! That could be useful. I think your example makes sense and would be useful in a more general setting. I may even end up mi

Subject: Re: Thread-specific appenders

I started work on a Multiplexing Appender a while back that had a similar reason to exist (some people want files-per-level for what reason I have no idea). I got stuck. Unfortunately there 's n

Subject: Thread-specific appenders

Hi all I 've written an appender that writes to different files based on the caller 's thread id but I 'm not sure I 've done it the best way. Here 's my scenario I have a JUnit test driver that runs

Subject: RE: Wikipedia entry for log4j has link to log4cxx that says "outdated " (agai

Done. Thanks for the response - It 's good to get support for my guesses. Updating Wikipedia is pretty easy to do - which has its plusses and minuses. Preventing it from being changed back would be

Subject: Re: level based logging into seperate files

no problem the complete code is at http //saloon.javaranch.com/cgi-bin/ubb/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb get_topic&f 1&t 018267 check the last post. cheers thanks for your reply sarvananda please send your

Subject: Re: level based logging into seperate files

thanks for your reply sarvananda please send your code and small configuration details file if possible. thanks Srinivas.A email srinivas.arakala@(protected) Srinivas.A wrote > > Hi sarvananda

Subject: Re: level based logging into seperate files

Hi sarvananda am also facing same problem. if you got solution let me.I able to log dubug logs and above int one file error and above into another file.But i unable to log only debug logs in to o

Subject: Re: level based logging into seperate files

Hi sarvananda am also facing same problem. if you got solution let me.I able to log dubug logs and above int one file error and above into another file.But i unable to log only debug logs in to one

Subject: Re: Wikipedia entry for log4j has link to log4cxx that says "outdated " (agai

On Oct 15 2007 at 10 14 AM Wilfong Paul wrote > A while back I noticed that the Wikipedia entry for log4j had links to > various C/C++ logging facilities including log4cxx. At the time they >

Subject: Re: Suppressing passwords in the log files?

You could use a filter to surpress the message any message that has "password " in it. On 10/15/07 John Smith <mmu6culus@(protected) > wrote > Hi > Is there any way to suppress passwords ' display in t

Subject: Re: Create multiple appenders objects

Great! Now it 's working. I 've made some changes like add both appenders to root logger and keep some unusual names but I think that it 's what I need. Thanks a lot. Julio On 10/11/07 Curt Arnold <c

Subject: Re: Suppressing passwords in the log files?

Where are you pulling the passwords from? Are you using an NDC/MDC? If the passwords are logging directly by your application - i.e. something like logger.debug( "password " + password) Then you

Subject: Suppressing passwords in the log files?

Hi Is there any way to suppress passwords ' display in the log files? I am concerned that log files will be accessible to various users on the server disclosing the application passwords to them. Is

Subject: Wikipedia entry for log4j has link to log4cxx that says "outdated " (again)

A while back I noticed that the Wikipedia entry for log4j had links to various C/C++ logging facilities including log4cxx. At the time they all had "(outdated) " next to them. log4cxx didn 't look ou

Subject: AW: Problem with renaming files

Hi again I think I solved the problem for us. In our web application we programmatically created loggers and appenders. Each time we wanted to log some events our log manager creates a new logger wi

Subject: Re: Create multiple appenders objects

On Oct 11 2007 at 6 46 PM Julio S. G. wrote > > On 10/11/07 Julio S. G. <juliosg@(protected) > wrote > > > Hi > > > > > > I 'm trying to create several appenders and unfortunately it 's not > > > working.

Subject: Re: Create multiple appenders objects

Sure... I forgot to write it in the code. But... It 's still not working. [OT] And in fact I can 't use a config file because the real code is to load Spring configuration files and handle with a web
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