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From Joerg Heinicke <>
Subject Re: nested diagnostic contexts and cocoon
Date Fri, 14 Nov 2003 18:44:11 GMT
On 13.11.2003 17:37, Jorg Heymans wrote:
> Hi,
> Is there any way of using log4j-alike NDC's in the cocoon 2.04 logging 
> mechanism? I need to be able to make coherent logging output of an 
> execution path that consists of multiple pipelines, transformers (both 
> custom and standard), and this under high load?
> With log4j, you would push an identifying string onto the logging 
> framework at the entry point of the application. Subsequent logging 
> output (within the same thread?) would then have this string prepended 
> in the output as well, at the exit point (ie request done) you would pop 
> this string off again.
> Is similar stuff possible in cocoon? I would rather not incorporate 
> log4j unless it's very easy to do
> thoughts?
> Jorg

Have you searched for threads about log4j of the last 2 months? The 
complete core logging was refactored in the sense of the possibility of 
easily replacing logkit: 
It's only somebody missing who does the work ;-)


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