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From Michele Lepri <michele.le...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Tcp Appender
Date Thu, 22 Dec 2011 12:29:25 GMT
Thanks for the replies !

I didn't know about http://logview4net.com/ , very nice: I will take a
look now at it.

I discard the UDP appender because, you know, UDP guarantees neither
that messages arrive, nor that they arrive in the correct order, and I
don't like it in my case.

About Romoting: I try it with a WinForm client, and was fine, but i give
up trying to config a WPF client (I should spent more time on it).
Remoting it's very slow with many messages, but a TCP one should be slow
too :) .

But what kind of advantages we could have using a Tcp-Appender instead a
Remoting one? Maybe the solution could be more portable?


Il 22/12/2011 12:09, Svante Seleborg ha scritto:
> There's the UDP appender and the fine listener here: 
> http://logview4net.com/  .
> Also, as mentioned the RemotingAppender and a fine listener (if I may
> say so myself) here: log4netremotelogging.codeplex.
> Svante
> On Thu, Dec 22, 2011 at 11:56 AM, Pascal ROZE <pascal.roze@gmail.com
> <mailto:pascal.roze@gmail.com>> wrote:
>     Hello
>     And the RemotingAppender ?
>     On 22 December 2011 11:23, Michele Lepri <michele.lepri@gmail.com
>     <mailto:michele.lepri@gmail.com>> wrote:
>         Hello all,
>         this is my first time here ^^
>         I can't find any Tcp Appender on the net, and so I'm going to
>         write one
>         because I want to use it for monitoring purpose in development
>         environment.
>         If the work will be fine I will publish it.
>         I would like to ask to you: any advice about it?
>         I know it will be very slow, and maybe this is the reason
>         because none
>         wrote one before..
>         Thanks
>         have a nice day
>         michele


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