[logback-user] RES: Doubt about multiple configurations

Vitor Granzinoli Vellozo vitor.vellozo at cpmbraxis.com
Mon May 30 14:15:08 CEST 2011




It’s almost that!

My problem is I have to use a specific logback configuration and I cannot modify it, because the

Client archteture do not allow this possibility to us.


So, that “include” you suggested, unfortunatelly I also cannot use.


Is there a possibility to use another logback configuration totally separated from the

application logback configuration?


Is there a possibility to have a logback.xml to the application and another logback_specific.xml to specific

application points, to generate a specific business log?


Thank you very much,




De: logback-user-bounces at qos.ch [mailto:logback-user-bounces at qos.ch] Em nome de David Roussel
Enviada em: sexta-feira, 27 de maio de 2011 16:49
Para: logback users list
Assunto: Re: [logback-user] Doubt about multiple configurations


In your main logback.XML you can include another like this:



  <include file="src/main/java/chapters/configuration/includedConfig.xml"/>

  <root level="DEBUG">

    <appender-ref ref="includedConsole" />





Then in your second file you can configure multiple appenders. 


Does that work? I'm not 100% sure I understand the question. 



On 26 May 2011, at 19:38, "Vitor Granzinoli Vellozo" <vitor.vellozo at cpmbraxis.com> wrote:


	Hi Logbackers,


	In my application, I need multiple configurations to generate multiple files.


	The first problem is, I have to use one logback configuration with no modifications (because we have to use a

	proprietary framework, it is a framework of our client), so I have to keep a main configuration.


	The second problem is, the business of my application needs more than 3 different logs, so I need at list one more

	Logback configuration where I can put more than one file appender.


	My question is: How can I have one more logback configuration that do not have any application dependencies. That

	can be read from a “Helper/Util” class without any help from the infrastruture (ex: Spring).


	Or, if anyone have another idea?


	Thanks a lot!






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