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From John Banks <johnba...@venda.com>
Subject Re: Reading events
Date Mon, 10 Oct 2005 11:10:21 GMT
Nijjhar, Baljeet <Baljeet.Nijjhar <at> logicacmg.com> writes:

> Hi
> Does anyone know if there are any methods to read back a log record once it
> has been written to an appender? In general, does anyone have any bright
> ideas for being able to store logs in a persistent store such that they can
> be read back as objects (LoggingEvents or whatever), and therefore be able
> to be manipulated according to certain crieria (e.g. check their timestamps
> so that you only retrieve ones within a certain range)? I'm trying to avoid
> the overhead of creating a database for logging and reading log records
> from, but it doens't seem that you can read the records back that you've
> written using log4j.
> Thanks, Baljeet Nijjhar

Are we talking about reading events or Reading events here? It's clear enough
when you say it out loud, but if you write it down then I only have the initial
capital to go on.


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