[logback-user] Evaluators and Markers - no applicable action
terry.jeske at gmail.com
Wed May 19 21:55:02 CEST 2010
Thank you Ceki.
I was using the consoleAppender as a test, so that is what bit me. Is there
any reason why evaluators are not supported in other appenders? I could see
this as also being valuable for DBAppender and JMSAppenders.
Ceki Gulcu wrote:
> Hello "Buzzterrier",
> You probably meant to set the class name for the EMAIL appender to
> SMTPAppender but since you used ConsoleAppender instead, joran is
> incapable for injecting an evaluator into ConsoleAppender because
> ConsoleAppender does not support evaluators. Joran should have
> complained about not being able to inject the evaluator. If it has
> not, it's a bug.
> Changing the class of the appender named EMAIL from ConsoleAppender to
> SMTPAppender should fix the problem.
> As for your question on the difference between filters and evaluators,
> filters are supported by all appenders and are used to determine
> whether to drop an logging event or not. An appender can have zero or
> more filters.
> On the other hand, evaluators are used to check whether a special event
> has occurred. In the case of SMTPAppender, evaluators are used to
> trigger an outgoing email. SMTPAppender requires one and only one
> evaluator. If you do not supply one, it defaults to on
> BTW, you can add filters SMTPAppender to drop certain events from
> entering SMTPAppender internal events. However, it it still
> SMTPAppender's evaluator which will determine when to trigger an
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