Merritt H Derr
MDerr at nycm.com
Wed Jan 26 21:50:53 CET 2011
I've not looked at this in detail just now, but the SQL strings that are
used to write to the databases are built in the SQLBuilder class methods
called from the DBAppender start method. They seem make use of the
EVENT_ID name through the name resolver while doing so. DBAppenderBase
doesn't appear to me to be in that loop.
Hope this helps.
From: "Roy Cronise" <sweep at ccyor.com>
To: "logback-user at qos.ch" <logback-user at qos.ch>
Date: 01/26/2011 03:37 PM
Subject: [logback-user] DBNameResolver
Sent by: logback-user-bounces at qos.ch
I am trying to use a DBNameResolver I've written with DBAppender. My
tables and column names must be different than the default.
I'm having an issue in the class DBAppenderBase since it looks like the
"EVENT_ID" column name is used if generated keys are supported and doesn't
use the name resolver.
I couldn't find an open issue for this. Is it a bug?
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