[logback-user] SocketAppender application property

Ralph Goers rgoers at apache.org
Tue Aug 18 17:10:54 CEST 2009

In my organization we use a mechanism very similar to that shown in http://www.slf4j.org/extensions.html#event_logger 
. SLF4J doesn't provide standard key names or methods for common  
fields, but you can easily create a wrapper of the MDC to do this. We  
have a class called RequestContext that does exactly that. All our  
applications use that class to access the data in the MDC.


On Aug 18, 2009, at 3:27 AM, haukex wrote:

> Hi all,
> I am trying to figure out how a logging server can easily output  
> some kind
> of information about which client sent the logging message.
> Log4j's SocketAppender has an "application" property that can be set  
> that
> causes the application name to be written to the MDC, so that on the  
> server
> that information is logged.
> I am looking for an equivalent in Logback and would be greatful if  
> anyone
> could help out!
> Thanks,
> -- Hauke D
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