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From <mwom...@apache.org>
Subject RE: Plugin changes
Date Tue, 10 Dec 2002 07:22:03 GMT
Well, including the xml files would be nice, now wouldn't it...:-)

> -----Original Message-----
> From: mwomack@apache.org [mailto:mwomack@apache.org]
> Sent: Monday, December 09, 2002 11:20 PM
> To: Log4J Developers List
> Subject: Plugin changes
>
>
> I am going to write some PluginRegistry test cases tomorrow, but
> the basics
> appear to be working well enough.
>
> Enclosed are some xml files that can demonstrate the use of the plugin
> o.a.log4j.net.SocketReceiver.  source.xml is for configuring the
> source (our
> old friend SocketAppender) and sink.xml is for configuring the
> sink (our new
> friend SocketReceiver).
>
> It should be obvious that it would be extremely trivial to create the
> equivalent of o.a.log4j.net.SocketServer just by creating a simple main()
> that just configured log4j using sink.xml.  AND you could use the
> exact same
> code to receive events on multiple sockets just by updating the
> sink.xml to
> define more SocketReceiver plugins.  AND you could use the exact same code
> to receive events via SocketReceiver plugins and other from other sources
> like JMS using the JMSReceiver.  In fact, you could configure sink.xml to
> receive events from both types of sources simultaneously just by defining
> the proper plugin descriptions in sink.xml.
>
> This now makes configuring log4j to receive external/remote
> events extremely
> simple, given that an appropriate receiver plugin has been written.
> SocketServer and JMSSink are eventually obsoleted.  Wiring clients like
> Chainsaw and LF5 to receive events from other sources than SocketAppender
> becomes possible and fairly trivial.
>
> More work, review and test cases are needed, but the basics are now there.
> Comments welcome.
>
> -Mark
>
>
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