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Does JTGO provide a logging facility?
JTGO provides a comprehensive set of loggers for the various parts ofthe JTGO API.
The loggers are provided as static members of an
Ilp[xxx]Loggers class that exists for each of the major packages within JTGO. For example, the class ilog.cpl.network.IlpNetworkLoggers serves as a grouping class for the various loggers responsible for the logging of the ilog.cpl.network package.
Here are some of these loggers:
For complete list of loggers responsible for the ilog.cpl.network package, see the IlpNetworkLoggers Java API documentation.
There are other loggers available that do not follow the organization described above:
ilog.cpl.IlpSystem(See the Java API documentation for more details.)
For details on how to configure loggers, see related article: Accessing and configuring JViews logging traces. Within JTGO, the same exact concepts and syntax are used, except that you should specify JTGO specific packages, like
You can use the file
For example, if you want the
IlpNetworkLoggers to log at the
warning level, you would enter the following line in your
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