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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 15450] - Ability to set levels for loggers
Date Tue, 17 Dec 2002 21:37:40 GMT
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Ability to set levels for loggers





------- Additional Comments From hlship@attbi.com  2002-12-17 21:37 -------
I think I gave a useful, practical example of why setting of levels should be 
brought in scope.  I want to code my logging to jakarta-logging, but I want to 
flexibility to update logging levels at runtime ... I just don't think that's 
too much to ask.

All of the logging systems I've explored (Log4J, JDK 1.4, that mutant one at 
IBM -- JLog?) ... all have the ability to set levels, by updating a property to 
a value from a fixed list.  Sometimes the levels are specified as strings, 
as "enum-like" objects, or as numeric values.

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