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Using WebLogic Logging Services for Application Logging

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Introduction and Roadmap

Document Scope and Audience

Guide to This Document

Related Documentation

Logging Samples and Tutorials

Avitek Medical Records Application (MedRec) and Tutorials

Logging Examples in the WebLogic Server Distribution

Internationalizing Applications Using Simple Message Catalogs Example

New and Changed Application Logging Features in This Release

Application Logging and WebLogic Logging Services

About WebLogic Logging Services

Integrating Application Logging with WebLogic Logging Services: Main Steps

Accessing the WebLogic Server Logger

Internationalization and Localization for WebLogic Server

About Internationalization and Localization Standards

Understanding Internationalization and Localization for WebLogic Server

Understanding Message Catalogs

Understanding Java Interfaces for Internationalization

Main Steps for Creating an Internationalized Message

Using Message Catalogs with WebLogic Server

Overview of Message Catalogs

Message Catalog Hierarchy

Guidelines for Naming Message Catalogs

Using Message Arguments

Message Catalog Formats

Example Log Message Catalog

Elements of a Log Message Catalog

message_catalog Element

log_message Element

Child Elements of log_message Element

Example Simple Text Catalog

Elements of a Simple Text Catalog

message_catalog Element

message Element

messagebody Element

Example Locale-Specific Catalog

Elements of a Locale-Specific Catalog

locale_message_catalog Element

log_message Element

Other locale_message_catalog Elements

Writing Messages to the WebLogic Server Log

Using the I18N Message Catalog Framework: Main Steps

Step 1: Create Message Catalogs

Step 2: Compile Message Catalogs

Example: Compiling Message Catalogs

Step 3: Use Messages from Compiled Message Catalogs

Using the NonCatalogLogger APIs

Using ServletContext

Configuring Servlet and Resource Adapter Logging

Example: Logging Configuration Deployment Descriptors

Writing Messages from a Client Application

Writing Debug Messages

Using the WebLogic Server Message Editor

About the Message Editor

Starting the Message Editor

Working with Catalogs

Browsing to an Existing Catalog

Creating a New Catalog

Adding Messages to Catalogs

Entering a New Log Message

Entering a New Simple Text Message

Finding Messages

Finding a Log Message

Finding a Simple Text Message

Using the Message Viewer

Viewing All Messages in a Catalog

Viewing All Messages in Several Catalogs

Selecting a Message to Edit from the Message Viewer

Editing an Existing Message

Retiring and Unretiring Messages

Using the WebLogic Server Internationalization Utilities

WebLogic Server Internationalization Utilities

WebLogic Server Internationalization and Localization

weblogic.i18ngen Utility



weblogic.l10ngen Utility



Message Catalog Localization


weblogic.GetMessage Utility



Localizer Class Reference for WebLogic Server

About Localizer Classes

Localizer Methods

Localizer Lookup Class

Loggable Object Reference for WebLogic Server

About Loggable Objects

How To Use Loggable Objects

TextFormatter Class Reference for WebLogic Server

About TextFormatter Classes

Example of an Application Using a TextFormatter Class

Logger Class Reference for WebLogic Server

About Logger Classes

Example of a Generated Logger Class


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