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/*
Logging In Java with the JDK 1.4 Logging API and Apache log4j
by Samudra Gupta    
Apress Copyright 2003 
ISBN:1590590996

*/
import java.util.logging.*;
import java.io.*;

public class XMLLogging
{
    private     ConsoleHandler ch ;
    private     XMLFormatter formatter ;
    private     FileHandler handler = null;

    /**
     * constructor
     */
    public XMLLogging() {
        ch = new ConsoleHandler();
        formatter = new XMLFormatter();
    }

    /**
     * This method demonstrates the logging using XMLFormatter
     * and should there be an exception, the exception
     * is logged into the console with ConsoleHandler and formatted
     * withXMLFormatter.
     */

    public void logMessage()
    {
        //creating a LogRecord object with level and message
        LogRecord record = new LogRecord(Level.INFO, "XML message..");

        try
        {
            //creating a StreamHandler object to file output the xml message
            handler = new FileHandler("newxml.xml");
            handler.setFormatter(formatter);

            //publishing the log message to the file and flushing the buffer
            handler.publish(record);
            handler.flush();
        }catch(Exception e) {
            //creating a log record object with the WARNING level
            //and exception message
            LogRecord rec = new LogRecord(Level.WARNING, e.toString());

            //setting the formatter for the consolehandler as
            //XMLFormatter and publishing the message
            ch.setFormatter(formatter);
            ch.publish(rec);
        }
    }
    public static void main(String args[]) {
        XMLLogging logging = new XMLLogging();
        logging.logMessage();
    }
}
           
         
    
    
    
  
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