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From Jeremias Maerki <...@jeremias-maerki.ch>
Subject Re: Changing logging behavior in an embedded application.
Date Mon, 06 Mar 2006 08:52:40 GMT
Apache FOP uses Apache Jakarta Commons Logging as a logging abstraction
kit. [1] should give you the basics and has links to further information
on configuring logging the way you want it to behave. I hope that helps.

[1] http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/0.91/embedding.html#basic-logging

On 04.03.2006 20:44:55 Tracey Zellmann wrote:
> I have dug through what documentation I can find, but it hasn't helped me, 
> so maybe the list can give me some guidance.
> I have my application running successfully.  I am using fop 
> 0.91beta-bin-jdk1.4 It publishes a PDF using FOP within another java 
> application, not from the command line, so I believe you would call it 
> embedded.
> I need to change the way logging messages are handled. Currently, I am 
> getting a large number of warning messages printed to the console. With 
> Jeremias Maerki's help, I can see they are caused my some namespace issues 
> with some imported svg images I am using from MS Visio. Essentially, they 
> can be ignored, and that is what I have been doing. However, next week, I 
> have to turn this over to the first wave of "normal" users, so I don't want 
> to overwhelm them with these messages.
> I would like all messages to go to a log file, not the console. I would 
> prefer that warning level messages go to a file that is typically 
> overwritten, so they don't accumulate. Anything higher than warning should 
> go to another file which does append and accumulates the message history. I 
> am pretty sure I could handle this using Java's java.util.logging API. 
> However, I am not sure how to get hold of and change the current behavior of 
> FOP logging.
> Can someone illuminate this for me?
> Thanks. 

Jeremias Maerki

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