Difference between revisions of "Logging The Events - Show the Typical Log Stack (BIRT)"
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Logging The Events - Show the Typical Log Stack (BIRT) This example is Bugzilla ID Logging Example Code.
BIRT Version Compatibility
This example was built using version 2.2 M5.
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There are two report example java_logging_demo.rptdesign uses the java based event handler. Within the source directory you will find all of the event handler classes. Each event handler class uses the java.util.logging class to display the class and method that is doing the logging. A custom formatter is used to format out the class name and method name from a simple logger.info("") method.
NOTE: There is a significant distinction between how the logging will occur when run in the Preview tab and when displayed in the WebViewer. When using the Preview tab, the report is generated using the RunAndRender task, where the render events are called in line with the generation events. The WebViewer uses the RunThenRender task, which means that generate tasks occur separate from the render tasks. Since the Initialize method gets called for generate and presentation, the log gets reset for each context. This means that when this example runs in the WebViewer you will only see the Render tasks.
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