Package org.apache.logging.log4j.core.appender.db.jdbc

The JDBC Appender supports writing log events to a relational database using standard JDBC connections.

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Interface Summary
ConnectionSource Configuration element for JdbcAppender.
 

Class Summary
ColumnConfig A configuration element used to configure which event properties are logged to which columns in the database table.
DataSourceConnectionSource A JdbcAppender connection source that uses a DataSource to connect to the database.
FactoryMethodConnectionSource A JdbcAppender connection source that uses a public static factory method to obtain a Connection or DataSource.
JdbcAppender This Appender writes logging events to a relational database using standard JDBC mechanisms.
JdbcDatabaseManager An AbstractDatabaseManager implementation for relational databases accessed via JDBC.
 

Package org.apache.logging.log4j.core.appender.db.jdbc Description

The JDBC Appender supports writing log events to a relational database using standard JDBC connections. You will need a JDBC driver on your classpath for the database you wish to log to.



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