cLog Standard properties - 6.5

Logs and errors - Mediation

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These properties are used to configure cLog running in the Standard Job framework.

The Standard cLog component belongs to the Miscellaneous family.

Basic settings

Logging Category

Enter the name of the logging category to use.

Level

Select a logging level from DEBUG, ERROR, INFO, OFF, TRACE, or WARN.

Options / NONE (For default output log message only)

Select this option to take no action on the log message.

Options / Specifies a group size for throughput logging (For default output log message only)

Select this option to use throughput logging and specify a group size for the throughput logging.

Size: Enter an integer that specifies a group size for throughput logging.

Options / Group message stats by time interval (in millis) (For default output log message only)

Select this option to use throughput logging and group message statistics.

Interval: Specify the time interval (in milliseconds) by which the message statistics will be grouped.

Delay: Set the initial delay (in milliseconds) for message statistics.

Options / Format the log output (For default output log message only)

Select this option to format the output log message. Click [+] as many times as required to add arguments to the table. Then click the corresponding Value field and enter a value. See the site http://camel.apache.org/log.html for available options.

Options / Specify output log message

Select this option to specify the output log message instead of using the default output log message provided by the underlying logging mechanism.

Message: Use Simple language to construct a dynamic message which gets logged.

Usage

Usage rule

cLog is used as a middle or end component in a Route.

Limitation

 n/a