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From Peter Royal <pro...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Strange Logging Behaviour
Date Fri, 26 Apr 2002 14:42:38 GMT
On Friday 26 April 2002 10:46 am, Carsten Ziegeler wrote:
> b) The following lines in the cocoon.xconf make me a little bit wonder:
>
>     <category name="core" log-level="DEBUG">
>       <category name="startup" log-level="DEBUG"/>
>       <category name="roles" log-level="DEBUG"/>
>       <category name="manager" log-level="DEBUG"/>
>
>    These lines achieve that anything logged to the category core.manager
> (or core.roles or core.startup) is ignored(!) and never logged.
>    And as core.manager is the default, all logging done by custom
> components (which have no logger attribute) will never make it's way into
> the logs!

No you're 100% correct. When I first saw that syntax I thought it was a 
shortcut to eliminate redundant target lines (categories w/no target log to 
parent) but I found out the hard way that nothing is logged.
-pete

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