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From harry.dougl...@pnc.com
Subject Re: Logging stack trace
Date Thu, 01 Feb 2007 13:47:10 GMT

The best way I found to handle it, if I understand your question correctly,
is to pass the entire exception object into the parameter, like so:

try {


}catch(Exception e){


Harry Douglass
Consumer Lending Application Development

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             02/01/2007 06:15                                           cc 
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              "Log4NET User"                                               

Hello everyone,

Is there a way to add a stack trace to each log event for a certain
appender layout?

I have an errorappender, and when it receives an event to log, I would
like it to log the whole stack trace as well.

This is for debug and test purposes.


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