[logback-user] How to log FROM an appender?
tj.rothwell at gmail.com
Wed Nov 16 18:32:22 CET 2011
Those messages aren't sent though the appenders--instead it goes through
On Wed, Nov 16, 2011 at 10:27 AM, Steve Cohen <scohen at javactivity.org>wrote:
> On 11/16/2011 12:53 AM, Ceki Gulcu wrote:
>> Hi Steve,
>> Logback components, including appenders, should use the status
>> manager. If you look at logback code you should see invocations of
>> addInfo, addWarn or addError methods strewn throughout the code.
>> On 12.11.2011 23:14, Steve Cohen wrote:
>>> We have a custom appender that may itself need to issue logging
>>> statements. But placing a logger in such a class causes various
>>> exceptions on initialization and loading. So we are resorting to
>>> System.out.println for lack of a better solution.
>>> I suppose there must be a better way.
>>> What would that be?
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> Thanks, Ceki. I am looking into this. I have a question, though. If
> you, for example, call addInfo() from an appender, which Logger decides
> whether or not to log it? The root logger?
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