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From Jacob Kjome <h...@visi.com>
Subject Re: Chainsaw as applet with reduced functionality
Date Tue, 12 Jul 2005 03:48:42 GMT

Try Log4Web, although it is commercial...

Alternatively, if you are just interested in manipulating configuration, 
then try LogWeb...


At 02:16 PM 7/11/2005 +0300, you wrote:
 >Hi all!
 >I would like to know if it's possible to use ChainSaw as described below.
 >And if yes, please give me some hints or references to some docs that tell
 >me how to do it.
 >I have a web application that uses Log4J for logging some data and also for
 >logging some audit messages (keeping track of the actions a user executes
 >while he is logged in).
 >Now, I want to be able to check the log files using the web interface
 >(browser access). This would be especially useful for the audit trails, but
 >could prove important also for checking all the log files generated by the
 >web application (serverside).
 >The easiest way seems to be integrating the ChainSaw as an applet and
 >providing only some functionalities (open a remote .log file based on
 >parameters sent to the applet, filtering the content). I don't want the user
 >to be able to load several log files in the same chainsaw instance, or being
 >able to access the menu and some other tools (receivers). (BTW, I am not
 >interested in realtime data, just to be able to open the log files in a nice
 >GUI and browse the messages in an easy way).
 >So, do you think this can be achieved with ChainSaw (or other tool)?
 >If yes, can you pls give me some hints? Do I have to change the sources?
 >Where should I look for changes?
 >Sorry if this question does not belong to this group...
 >Thanks a lot for the help,
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