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From "Dag Christensen" <Dag.Christen...@vbd.no>
Subject RE: Question about RollingFileAppender output ending in a txt extension ?
Date Fri, 18 Nov 2005 14:35:09 GMT
You forgot the '&' in &quot; 
 
It should be:
<param name="DatePattern" value="yyyy-MMM-dd;&quot;.txt;&quot;"/> 
 
Dag
 

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From: Secules, Christopher T [AMSRD-AAR-AEF-A] [mailto:chris.secules@us.army.mil] 
Sent: Friday, November 18, 2005 3:13 PM
To: 'Log4NET Dev'
Subject: RE: Question about RollingFileAppender output ending in a txt extension ?


nope, didn't work.  I tried:
<param name="DatePattern" value="yyyy-MMM-dd;quot;.txt;quot;"/> 

and got

 Server-2005-Nov-18;quoA;.AxA;quoA;
 Server-2005-Nov-18;quoA;.AxA;quoA;.1
 Server-2005-Nov-18;quoA;.AxA;quoA;.2
 Server-2005-Nov-18;quoA;.AxA;quoA;.3
 Server-2005-Nov-18;quoA;.AxA;quoA;.4
 Server-2005-Nov-18;quoA;.AxA;quoA;.5

for filenames.  Any other ideas?

Chris

	 
	 
	 -----Original Message----- 
	From: Florian Ramillien [mailto:florian@ramillien.fr] 
	Sent: Thursday, November 17, 2005 9:25 AM
	To: Log4NET Dev
	Subject: Re: Question about RollingFileAppender output ending in a txt extension ?
	
	
	<param name="RollingStyle" value="Date" />
	<param name="File" value="logs\\ToolsAdminWS" />
	<param name="DatePattern" value=".yyyy-MM-dd&quot;.txt&quot;" />
	
	This example work for a Date rolling files, I don't know if it can be converted for Size
rolling files.
	
	Florian.
	
	Secules, Christopher T [AMSRD-AAR-AEF-A] a écrit : 

		Anyone have any suggestions on this?
		 
		Thanks!
		Chris
		 

			-----Original Message-----
			From: Secules, Christopher T [AMSRD-AAR-AEF-A] [mailto:chris.secules@us.army.mil] 
			Sent: Tuesday, November 15, 2005 10:54 AM
			To: 'log4net-dev@logging.apache.org'
			Subject: Question about RollingFileAppender output ending in a txt extensi on?
			
			

			I've tried playing around with my config file wrt log file names, and I can't seem to get
what I'm looking for.  I am wondering if there is a way to have the output from the RollingFileAppender
save all the log files as text files (.txt).  I've noticed that if I specify just a date pattern
in the DatePattern parameter, the resulting log files I get are named:

			Server-2005-11-15 
			Server-2005-11-15.1 
			Server-2005-11-15.2 
			Server-2005-11-15.3 
			Server-2005-11-15.4 
			Server-2005-11-15.5 
			And so on... 

			I'm looking for something like: 

			Server-2005-11-15.txt 
			Server-2005-11-15.1.txt 
			Server-2005-11-15.2.txt 
			Server-2005-11-15.3.txt 
			Server-2005-11-15.4.txt 
			Server-2005-11-15.5.txt 
			And so on...so that the default program to open it is something like Notepad, and not "Unknown
Application" 

			Does anyone know of any way to do this, preferrably without extending the source code and
just using the pre-packaged log4net.dll?

			Thanks a lot! 
			Chris 


	-- 
	 Florian.
	
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