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From Karim Bourouba <kar...@hotmail.com>
Subject RE: webapplication logging - one log file per user
Date Sat, 28 Nov 2009 18:11:03 GMT

Hi Raj,

 

surely there wouldnt be a new log created for each user interaction? Wouldnt it be better
for you to just record each interaction on one log?


 




Date: Sat, 28 Nov 2009 19:03:24 +0530
Subject: Re: webapplication logging - one log file per user
From: shivarajece@gmail.com
To: log4net-user@logging.apache.org


Thanks Karim.
 
I don't have any other logging. 
 
There is only one type of logging - log all the errors per user in a log whose name would
be the person who logged in. If 10 users are goign to use the application 10 seperate logs
should be there.
 
Help me out.
 
Regards,
Raj.


On Sat, Nov 28, 2009 at 4:31 PM, Karim Bourouba <karym6@hotmail.com> wrote:


Does your web app already store this information in a seperate log, or at a different level?
If it does, it may be easy to create a new appender to get the information out of this source
rather than shoehorning it all into log4net.



  


Date: Sat, 28 Nov 2009 10:16:44 +0530
Subject: webapplication logging - one log file per user
From: shivarajece@gmail.com
To: log4net-user@logging.apache.org 






Hi,
 
Please help me with this query in using log4net.
 
I am using log4net in mhy we application. I am facing issues in configuring log4net to log
errors at user level. 
 
That is, If user X logs in, I like to create file name X and all error for user X should be
written in X.log. Siilarly if Y user logs in the log file should be in name of Y.log and the
most important point to note is, they could log in concurrently.
 
I tried the luck by creating log files whose name would be framed dynamically as soon as the
user logs in. But issue here, if they are not using the application at the same time, the
log files are creeated with correct name and writing as expected, but if both users have active
sessions, log file is created only for user who FIRST logged in and error of second user has
been recorded in log file that is created for FIRST user.
 
Please help me in this.
 
Thanks much.




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