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From "Rob Mitchell" <rjmitch...@attbi.com>
Subject Re: Memory based config
Date Sat, 04 May 2002 01:21:14 GMT

This is something that I'm currently working on as well.  This is not just
for Log4J but for a whole series of "components" in a J2EE application which
"logging" is just one piece.  Basically, I defined a Java interface for
"Refresh" that defines a "refresh()" method. All classes that want to can
implement this interface and define their own "refresh()" method.  Now I
have a web page that displays the current settings including logging and
changing these values and doing a system-wide "refresh" causes each of those
classes within my packages to have their "refresh()" method called.

Is something like what you're thinking about?

Rob Mitchell
Base Class Technologies, Inc.
Java, WebSphere, Domino, Oracle development

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jason Poley" <jpoley@poley.com>
To: <log4j-dev@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Friday, May 03, 2002 9:02 PM
Subject: Memory based config

> I have a question  regarding the log4j properties file.  Is there any
> current way (or plans to) have a means of storing the config settings in
> memory and editing them on the fly (instead of having to edit the
> properties file and wait for a reload?)
> This is functionality that I would like to use, and was wondering if there
> was anyone else who would need/want this.
> -jason
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