public final class NonCatalogLogger extends NonCatalogLogger
This class provides application services for logging error messages to the WebLogic Server log. The name, location, and other properties of the log file are determined by the LogMBean for the server
All methods which take a Throwable argument, print the stack trace in the error log.
The NonCatalogLogger can be used as a static class variable and used across object instances of that class. NonCatalogLogger methods are thread safe for multiple object instances and for threads calling the log methods concurrently.
Logging from Clients:
This class is also intended for use by client code not running within a WebLogic Server. In that case, each client JVM creates its own log file. The logging properties of clients are configured with Java system properties: weblogic.log.<attributeInLogMBean>=<value>.
For logging internationalized messages, use <catalogName>Logger, generated using i18ngen. See the Oracle WebLogic Server Internationalization Guide for instructions.
|Constructor and Description|
alert, alert, critical, critical, debug, debug, emergency, emergency, error, error, info, info, messageLoggerRegistryUpdated, notice, notice, trace, trace, warning, warning
public NonCatalogLogger(java.lang.String mySubsystem)
mySubsystem- Denotes a functional subsystem which is the source of this message. If none is specified, the value "Unknown" is used. Subsystems created by this constructor are added to the system-wide subsystem list. For example, this list is used in setting log filter properties in the administration console.