||Abstract superclass of the other appenders in the package.
||The AsyncAppender lets users log events asynchronously.
||ConsoleAppender appends log events to
System.err using a layout specified by the user.
FileAppender so that the
underlying file is rolled over at a user chosen frequency.
||This abstract layout takes care of all the date related options and
||This filter drops all logging events.
||This class is an enhanced version of org.apache.log4j.PatternLayout
which was originally developed as part of the abandoned log4j 1.3
effort and has been available in the extras companion.
||Appenders may delegate their error handling to
||This appender listens on a socket on the port specified by the
Port property for a "RollOver" message.
FallbackErrorHandler implements the ErrorHandler
interface such that a secondary appender may be specified.
||FileAppender appends log events to a file.
||Users should extend this class to implement customized logging
||This layout outputs events in a HTML table.
||The JDBCAppender provides for sending log events to a database.
||A simple appender that publishes events to a JMS Topic.
LF5Appender logs events to a swing based logging
||Extend this abstract class to create your own log layout format.
||This is a very simple filter based on level matching.
||This is a very simple filter based on level matching, which can be
used to reject messages with priorities outside a certain range.
||Append to the NT event log system.
||A NullAppender merely exists, it never outputs a message to any
OnlyOnceErrorHandler implements log4j's default
error handling policy which consists of emitting a message for the
first error in an appender and ignoring all following errors.
||A flexible layout configurable with pattern string.
||RollingFileAppender extends FileAppender to backup the log files when
they reach a certain size.
||Send an e-mail when a specific logging event occurs, typically on
errors or fatal errors.
||SimpleLayout consists of the level of the log statement,
followed by " - " and then the log message itself.
LoggingEvent objects to a remote a log server,
LoggingEvent objects to a set of remote log servers,
||This is a very simple filter based on string matching.
||Use SyslogAppender to send log messages to a remote syslog daemon.
||TTCC layout format consists of time, thread, category and nested
diagnostic context information, hence the name.
The TelnetAppender is a log4j appender that specializes in
writing to a read-only socket.
||WriterAppender appends log events to a java.io.Writer or an
java.io.OutputStream depending on the user's choice.
||The output of the XMLLayout consists of a series of log4j:event
elements as defined in the log4j.dtd.