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reply "Kris" <someidiot earthlink.dot.dot.dot.net> writes:
Does anyone know the exact format produced by a Log4J XMLAppender? I'm
having some trouble getting Chainsaw to accept remote logging messages from
Mango ...

- Kris
Jun 04 2004
parent reply jim regens.com writes:
In article <c9q6ld$10gd$1 digitaldaemon.com>, Kris says...
Does anyone know the exact format produced by a Log4J XMLAppender? I'm
having some trouble getting Chainsaw to accept remote logging messages from
Mango ...

- Kris

http://www.orbeon.com/ois/doc/log4j.dtd.html
Feb 10 2005
parent Kris <Kris_member pathlink.com> writes:
In article <cug1lb$2dcn$1 digitaldaemon.com>, jim regens.com says...
In article <c9q6ld$10gd$1 digitaldaemon.com>, Kris says...
Does anyone know the exact format produced by a Log4J XMLAppender? I'm
having some trouble getting Chainsaw to accept remote logging messages from
Mango ...

- Kris

http://www.orbeon.com/ois/doc/log4j.dtd.html

Hey; Thanks man! Boy - that was one o-l-d post. You may be happy to hear mango.log has supported Chainsaw since the day after that request. Turned out to be a Chainsaw configuration issue I was running into. For those who don't know; Chainsaw is a fairly spiffy application for monitoring the log-output of remote applications. Mango.log augments this with an HTTP-based console, which allows one to dynamically control the log-settings of a remote, running, application (courtesy of Scott). The resultant combination is really quite powerful. - Kris
Feb 10 2005