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From Gary Gregory <garydgreg...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Dynamically added appender is not logging log4j2
Date Tue, 30 Apr 2019 13:01:26 GMT
Mike,

Did you resolve this issue?

Gary

On Wed, Apr 3, 2019 at 1:57 PM Mike Garcia <mikegarcia2000@hotmail.com>
wrote:

> I'm trying to add a log4j2 file appender at runtime.  I have a process
> that has it's own log4j2.xml config file which logs to a rolling file
> appender and the console.  This process will receive requests from other
> processes.  It creates an output folder that I want to create a log file in
> for the output during that run.  So, I add a file appender in code, then
> remove it when the job is complete.  This worked in log4j 1.x but doesn't
> work now that I updated to log4j2.  Here's the code to add the appender:
>
>          final LoggerContext loggerContext = (LoggerContext)
> LogManager.getContext(false);
>          final Configuration config = loggerContext.getConfiguration();
>          FileAppender appender =
>
>  FileAppender.newBuilder().withName("MyFileAppender").withAppend(false)
>                .withFileName(new File(myOutputDirectory,
> "log.txt").toString())
>                      .withLayout(
>                            PatternLayout.newBuilder().withPattern("%d [%t]
> %-5p %c - %m%n").build())
>                .setConfiguration(loggerContext.getConfiguration()).build();
>          appender.start();
>          config.addAppender(appender);
>
>  loggerContext.getRootLogger().addAppender(loggerContext.getConfiguration().getAppender(appender.getName()));
>          loggerContext.updateLoggers();
>
> The log.txt file is create but nothing is written to it.  I also close the
> appender like this:
>
>          if (appender != null && loggerContext != null)
>          {
>             appender.stop();
>             Configuration config = loggerContext.getConfiguration();
>             config.getRootLogger().removeAppender("OOEngineFileAppender");
>             loggerContext.getRootLogger().removeAppender(appender);
>             loggerContext.updateLoggers();
>          }
>
> Any idea what I'm doing wrong?
>
> BTW, I turned on log4j2 debug via the command line switch and I see this
> output when I add the new appender:
>
>     DEBUG StatusLogger Not in a ServletContext environment, thus not
> loading WebLookup plugin.
>     DEBUG StatusLogger PluginManager 'Converter' found 44 plugins
>     DEBUG StatusLogger Starting OutputStreamManager
> SYSTEM_OUT.false.false-2
>     DEBUG StatusLogger Starting FileManager
> e:\temp\OutputDir\TaskRun_20190402_215311_122\log.txt
>
> Thanks,
> -Mike
>
>

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