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RE: [xmlblaster] Client startup and logging
I've been able to divert the normal xmlBlaster logging to my own logging
facility by making my own I_LogDeviceFactory. However, there are still
a couple of messages sent to System.out (apparently from within jutils)
that I couldn't suppress, so I "brute force" suppress them by
temporarily re-routing System.out. Here's my code:
ByteArrayOutputStream os = new ByteArrayOutputStream();
PrintStream tempOut = new PrintStream(os);
PrintStream origOut = System.out;
String args = new String;
args = "-LoggableDevicePlugin[console][1.0]";
Global global = new Global(args, true, false);
Also, this only works when I set the loadPropFile on the Global
constructor to true. If I set it to false, all the logging from the
xmlBlaster client code goes to System.out.
I'm still seeing messages on System.out from JACORB. Does anyone know
how I can suppress/re-route these?
From: David Hooker
Sent: Tuesday, April 01, 2003 4:00 PM
To: xmlblaster at server.xmlblaster.org
Subject: [xmlblaster] Client startup and logging
In my program, I've added the ability for it to subscribe to xmlBlaster.
What I haven't figured out yet is how to control the client-side
startup. I want to be able to set several properties from my code for
the xmlBlaster client before it starts.
One reason is that I want to capture all the logging and divert it into
my own log files. I've figured out the I_LogDeviceFactory and
associated classes, but I don't want to have to have a properties *file*
in order to use it. So where can I programaticaly set my logger to be
the ONLY log device used?
Another thing I noticed is that when I *do* use the properties file to
log to a file, like this:
... WARN messages are still printed to the console, even though I don't
have a console log device. Why is this? How can I turn that off?