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From Jimmy Mehta <jme...@translations.com>
Subject Re: LOG4J - Different priority messages to different files
Date Mon, 05 Nov 2007 18:08:42 GMT

Hey James,

Thank you so much for your mail...i get your suggestion but i am still not
sure how to attach appender to the Job package or user Package or Address
Package because i know this thing that we can attach appender to the root
category as per example  log4j.rootCategory= console. but how should i
attach appender to individual package. Can you please give me sample code
,it will be appreciated and clear my self.

Jimmy

James A. N. Stauffer wrote:
> 
> You shouldn't need to use incorrect levels in your classes.  Just attach
> one
> appender to the Job logger and another appender to the Address and User
> loggers.
> 
> On 11/1/07, Jimmy Mehta <jmehta@translations.com> wrote:
>>
>>
>> Hey James ,
>>
>> Thanks for you reply now i find another way that , i have three classes
>> Job
>> , Address , User. Now i want to put All messages of Job class into
>> separate
>> file and all Address messages to another file and same as in User. So if
>> i
>> set priority level in Job class like warn so all fatal , error and warn
>> messages of Job class goes to one file and no any other class messages so
>> how can i do it with Properties file??
>>
>> Can you give me one sample code example so i can understand more
>> clearly..
>>
>> Appreciate ur help
>>
>> Jimmy Mehta
>>
>> James A. N. Stauffer wrote:
>> >
>> > I find that I want one file for each level and higher.  i.e.
>> Warn.loghas
>> > warn, error, and fatal messages.  That can easily be done by setting
>> > thresholds on each appender.  If you want only a certain level then you
>> > can
>> > use a level match filter but that requires XML config.
>> >
>> > On 10/31/07, Jimmy Mehta <jmehta@translations.com> wrote:
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> Hi,
>> >>
>> >> I am new to the LOG4J and i am trying to learn so i have a question
>> that
>> >> if
>> >> i need to put different priority log messages to different log files.
>> >> Suppose i want to put all warn messages to one file and all info
>> messages
>> >> to
>> >> another file and all error messages to another file. My root priority
>> is
>> >> Info and I also set different packages to different priority level.
>> >>
>> >> Suppose com.tc.portal.xyz = info so how should i put different
>> priority
>> >> messages to different file
>> >>
>> >> Main thing , i want to make only change in log4j.properties file , i
>> >> don't
>> >> want to change java files
>> >>
>> >> Jimmy
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>> >
>> >
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> 
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