Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
java.util.logging.LogRecord

Packages that use LogRecord
java.util.logging Provides the classes and interfaces of the JavaTM 2 platform's core logging facilities. 
 

Uses of LogRecord in java.util.logging
 

Methods in java.util.logging with parameters of type LogRecord
 String XMLFormatter.format(LogRecord record)
          Format the given message to XML.
 String SimpleFormatter.format(LogRecord record)
          Format the given LogRecord.
abstract  String Formatter.format(LogRecord record)
          Format the given log record and return the formatted string.
 String Formatter.formatMessage(LogRecord record)
          Localize and format the message string from a log record.
 boolean MemoryHandler.isLoggable(LogRecord record)
          Check if this Handler would actually log a given LogRecord into its internal buffer.
 boolean StreamHandler.isLoggable(LogRecord record)
          Check if this Handler would actually log a given LogRecord.
 boolean Filter.isLoggable(LogRecord record)
          Check if a given log record should be published.
 boolean Handler.isLoggable(LogRecord record)
          Check if this Handler would actually log a given LogRecord.
 void Logger.log(LogRecord record)
          Log a LogRecord.
 void SocketHandler.publish(LogRecord record)
          Format and publish a LogRecord.
 void MemoryHandler.publish(LogRecord record)
          Store a LogRecord in an internal buffer.
 void FileHandler.publish(LogRecord record)
          Format and publish a LogRecord.
 void ConsoleHandler.publish(LogRecord record)
          Publish a LogRecord.
 void StreamHandler.publish(LogRecord record)
          Format and publish a LogRecord.
abstract  void Handler.publish(LogRecord record)
          Publish a LogRecord.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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