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From "James Green" <James.Gr...@occam-dm.com>
Subject RE: Event Log Weirdness.
Date Fri, 19 Jun 2009 09:59:45 GMT
I should also point out that I know the Threshold is Off ...

I have explicit methods that switch this on in order to prevent the
event log from being swamped with log entries as the processes we run
here could produce millions of logs a day ...

Our default log destination is a SQL Database ...


-----Original Message-----
From: James Green 
Sent: 19 June 2009 10:51
To: Log4NET User
Subject: Event Log Weirdness.

Hi All,
I'm just looking into an odd issue.  I have an EventLogAppender being
configured in C#.  If I set this up to append to the "Application" log
all is fine.
However, when I ask it to create a custom event log called LogTest its
not working as expected.
Now the obvious thing is that the process doesn't have permissions ...
it does.  It created the new LogTest event log without problems but
never writes to it ...
>From reading the log4net docs it would seem that if I can create the log
(which I can) it stands to reason that it should also be able to write
to it.
This isn't an ASPNET process either, its a desktop windows application
... the C# that configures the LogAppender is:
public static void ConfigureEventLogAppender(string appName, string
    PatternLayout layout = GetDefaultLayout();
    _eventLogAppender = new EventLogAppender();
    _eventLogAppender.ApplicationName = appName;
    _eventLogAppender.Layout = layout;
    _eventLogAppender.LogName = logName;
    _eventLogAppender.Threshold = Level.Off;

I can only assume that I'm missing something in this setup process but I
can't see anything in the Xml versions of configuration that suggest
what to do ...


James Green
Technical Lead - Core Systems
Occam DM Ltd
Tel: +44(0)1761234716

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