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Subject AW: How to silence errors in SQL task or log
Date Wed, 21 Mar 2007 13:40:16 GMT
Just some ideas ...

a) <record>
b) custom Logger
   - if a special output comes, it starts/ends logging
   - special output could be done with <echo level="debug>


>-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>Von: Hans Schwaebli [] 
>Gesendet: Mittwoch, 21. März 2007 14:35
>An: Ant Users List
>Betreff: Re: How to silence errors in SQL task or log
>Internal, external ... didn't matter for my question. There is 
>a error stream which I would like to conveniently redirect. 
>The easiest thing is in the Ant script itself. In one SQL call 
>I want to redirect it, in another not. Setting SQL level 
>globally to info would not fit. There are still ways to do it, 
>but they add even more complexity with all its side effects.
>  If I decide to continue the SQL script in case of an error, 
>it would be nice if Ant by default would not print the error 
>stream then.
>  Okay, another case where I didn't overlook anything and now 
>know that it is digging in the dirt deeply because of "by 
>design" stuff. Its not just Ant, but CruiseControl, CVS and 
>other stuff with such things.
>Steve Loughran <> wrote:
>  Hans Schwaebli wrote:
>> Can anybody tell my why cannot be used for the SQL task?
>because sql task is not executing an external program
>> I want to silence the errors if they occur when running the 
>SQL task. But it didn't work. Any solution? Best would be to 
>log all errors of a certain SQL task on info level. This 
>flexibility I am missing.
>log through log4j and set your log4j properties file to log sql errors 
>at info level?
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