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From Sergey Beryozkin <sberyoz...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Some issues with logging and tests
Date Sun, 30 Sep 2012 18:32:15 GMT
Also updated the mapper to optionally report an error message (can be 
customized by extending the mapper) by setting an 'addMessageToResponse' 
property - which is ignored if the exception already contains Response 
with a non-null entity

Sergey

On 30/09/12 18:39, Sergey Beryozkin wrote:
> Hi
> On 30/09/12 18:03, Benson Margulies wrote:
>> On Sun, Sep 30, 2012 at 12:59 PM, Sergey
>> Beryozkin<sberyozkin@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> On 30/09/12 14:33, Benson Margulies wrote:
>>>>
>>>> I've got a case, for which I'm about to file a JIRA, in which I think
>>>> that it's important that a particular situation leads to a log message
>>>> with some minimal content with a particular log level. Have we got any
>>>> tests for cases like this? I'm thinking about wiring up some sort of
>>>> test rig for intercepting log messages for the purpose.
>>>>
>>>> Meanwhile, this particular case is perhaps worth a moment's discussion.
>>>>
>>>> In JAX-RS, consider the following circumstance:
>>>>
>>>> A resource accepts a parameter of bean type, and a mapper (in my case,
>>>> the Jackson json mapper) is responsible for mapping from the incoming
>>>> content to the bean. The incoming headers specify 'accept:
>>>> application/json', since that's what the function (normally) produces.
>>>>
>>>> Now, someone debugging a python client sends a json blob with a
>>>> misspelled item in it. The mapper throws an exception.
>>>>
>>>> WebApplicationExceptionMapper catches it and maps it to a 500,
>>>> accompanying the action with a log message at DEBUG.
>>>>
>>>> The client gets a naked '500', no message anywhere. I suspect, but I'm
>>>> not sure, that the mapper would send back some backtracey verbiage if
>>>> the accept header were no so restrictive.
>>>>
>>>> On the one hand, a WARN would be handy, as it's a pain to have to go
>>>> adjust the logging config just to see why the client isn't working. On
>>>> the other hand, a production application might get thousands of
>>>> malformed inputs a day, and might not want all this traffic in the
>>>> log.
>>>>
>>>> Do we have a design principle (written down?) about how we decide what
>>>> should be logged non-DEBUG? Should errors resulting from ill-behaved
>>>> clients get that treatment? If not, I shouldn't write a JIRA or change
>>>> any code here.
>>>
>>> As I said in the previous message, it is to do with the
>>> over-optimization of
>>> WebApplicationExceptionMapper.
>>>
>>> By the way, I'm not sure I agree with the fix to CXF-4528.
>>> This is now getting complicated: one has to install a fault logger to
>>> get a
>>> stack trace, and, on top of that, the logging will happen twice, if
>>> property
>>> is set and FINE is active...
>>
>> That was the situation *before* I changed it. As of now, if there's no
>> fault logger, you have a stack trace if you make the call to turn on
>> the stack trace. If you *do* decide to put in a fault logger, you
>> decide whether to dump stack traces from it.
>>
>>>
>>> Let me propose something slightly different: if the fault logger is
>>> installed and it handled the exception: then do nothing else, the
>>> logger can
>>> log or ignore the error message, if not - do print the warn message
>>> because
>>> a number of times this issue has been raised - and this can be
>>> optimized if
>>> needed by turning 'printStackTrace' to false.
>>
>> That's what I did, except that I left it at 'FINE'. If I messed up the
>> logic let's look at the code together.
>>
> Sounds good, what do you think of r1392082 ?
> Basically, right now the logic is as follows:
>
> If the fault listener is available and has indicated it did handle the
> call - then do nothing else, otherwise - do either WARN (default) or
> FINE print stack trace message
>
> I guess there could be more variations (as to what to do when the fault
> listener has handled or has not handled the call - the logic can be
> improved), but I guess I'd like to make sure the user can get a print
> stack trace without having to install a listener...
>
> Thanks, Sergey


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