Using Nucleus logging for non-GenericService objects can present two relatively common problems:

The LoggingPropertied interface and the ClassLoggingFactory can be used to solve these problems.

Note: You should use GenericService Nucleus components as much as possible, because that interface is simple to use and well supported. If you cannot use GenericService components, use a Nucleus-instantiated component that implements the LoggingPropertied interface. This retains the power and flexibility of a Nucleus configured component, even if your base class did not implement ApplicationLogging. Use the ClassLoggingFactory if neither of these approaches is possible.