[logback-user] Equivalent of LogManager.getCurrentLoggers() ?

David Tkaczyk djt69 at comcast.net
Tue Mar 22 18:23:33 CET 2011

I've implemented a similar servlet, but chose instead to read in the
logback.xml file and parse it using a DOM.  The UI shows some pieces of the
configuration file and hides some complexity in others.  Writes the file
back out when saved.  Relies on scan="true" to reconfigure the logger when
the file is saved.


From: logback-user-bounces at qos.ch [mailto:logback-user-bounces at qos.ch] On
Behalf Of James Morgan
Sent: Tuesday, March 22, 2011 12:28 PM
To: logback-user at qos.ch
Subject: [logback-user] Equivalent of LogManager.getCurrentLoggers() ?


Hi, I've recently started using LogBack with SLF4j instead of Log4J and have
run into a problem. 


We currently have a simple servlet that gets deployed with all our running
apps which allows us to change the Logging level and add loggers at runtime.


Im currently trying to convert the current implementation to support LogBack
with SLF4j and have run into problems. 


One of the core parts of the servlet gets all loggers in order to create a
GUI where things can be controlled from. 


It uses this factory class to get all loggers,
org.apache.log4j.LogManager.getCurrentLoggers(). I've looked through the
code and online but have yet to find an alternative solution.


Do you know if there is away to get all loggers simplar to the given factory
methods? Or am i heading in the wrong directiopn with this, is there
alternatives to find this informaiton out about current loggers?


Thanks for any help you can provide.


Cheers James

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