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From Tim Funk <funk...@joedog.org>
Subject Re: AccessLogValve question: how to correctly log HttpSession attribute
Date Fri, 30 Jul 2004 00:21:30 GMT
You'll need  implement toString() for your Promotion object.

I was able to get the Webtrends 4 to read the output from the access log 
valve. (Fortunetly for me I haven't used webtrends since.)

-Tim

Mitchell Teixeira wrote:
> Hello, I have a question related to capturing data in the Tomcat access
> logs.  I'm using Tomcat 5.0.19 with the Sun 1.4.2_03 SDK on Windows 2000.
> 
> According to the documentation for the Tomcat AccessLogValve component, I
> should be able to capture attributes in the HttpSession into my access
> logs. I was able to get some information into my logs following the syntax
> "&quot;%{promotion}s%quot;".  Using that syntax, I get what appears to be
> the attribute object id in my logs: "tb.web.Promotion@313170".  I want to
> see actual >>value<< of this attribute instead!  What is the correct
> syntax to the get the value of the attribute? In my case, it should be a
> five digit number like "12345".  While I'm glad to get this far, its still
> not close enough.  Is there more doc on this topic anyplace?
> 
> Also, is anyone on the list using Webtrends 7?  If so, what logging
> "pattern" are you using in your server.xml? While it appears to be in the
> logs, the Search Engine data is not appearing in our Webtrends reports.
> 

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