[logback-user] JoranConfigurator

Ceki Gulcu ceki at qos.ch
Thu Mar 19 00:04:51 CET 2009


If I remember correctly, you already had log4cxx write to a log4j
SocketServer using XML layout. You can do the same with logback's
log4j compatible XMLLayout. See [1] for more information.


[1] http://logback.qos.ch/manual/layouts.html#log4jXMLLayout

Greg Flex wrote:
> Ceki Culce,
> That worked.....
> Awesome. Thank You.
> I'd like to ask you another question....
> I'd like to use Logback instead of Log4j however Log4j server along with 
> Log4cxx client and with SocketAppender
> "understand" each other. That is, I can log with log4j  Server messages 
> (with the SocketAppender) that are
> coming from the Log4cxx clients and of course log4j clients. Then, I can 
> write all these log messages to just one file
> on a server where my Log4j server is running.
> This is what I'm really after. I know that Log4j, and I assume also 
> logback as well, has JMSAppender.
> I don't know that much (yet) about JMS but I wonder if there's a way to 
> use it to write messages coming
> from C++ client, Java or whatever client we may have.... (I know I need 
> to handle Flex clients as well, Oh man!)
> I know you more knowledgeble in this area........
> Please let me know if there is a way to "capture" all these different 
> log messages coming from different clients somehow
> and persist them to one repository (like a DB or a flat txt file)
> Thanks
> Greg.
Ceki Gülcü
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