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configuration for your unique package/assembly it can be any value
you wish but try to avoid conflicts.By specifiying watch=true in the XmlConfigurator attribute you
can modify the logging config during development... targets for different levels of logging. See
log4net Manual - Configuration for more details.In your package classes add a logger declaration, for
using System.Reflection...("application starting up");
}Note: When releasing Umbraco packages you may want to set your
logging levels to NONE or FATAL to stop DEBUG information being
it is really simple to do logging
in your custom code. It is also arguably essential as there isn't a
current method for receiving the Umbraco page assembly trace in the
new MVC "rendering mode".
This blog post will explain how to get a reference to a
logger in your custom code and then how to control the Level of
your logging and filter messages from your code to their own log
First up you'll need a reference to log4net in your project. I
recommend referencing the version...
attribute of the appender-ref node should match the
appender name that you create in the previous step.
You logging code should now log into your custom log file.
Be aware that you should probably raise the level of your
loggers to at least
with an .xml file extension and drop it into Internet explorer. IE will complain if the TPL is not well formed XML.You can also validate it against the appropriate DTD which is in iw-home/local/config.4. Use LoggingBy logging I don’t mean this:open FILE, ">/tmp/debug.txt";
print FILE "debug message";
close FILE;Use Log4Perl. It is distributed with TeamSite and is a fully featured logging package. Log4Perl is a Log4J clone and offers many powerful features. Covering the use of Log4Perl is way