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

The JPA Appender supports writing log events to a relational database using the Java Persistence API.

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AbstractLogEventWrapperEntity Users of the JPA appender MUST extend this class, using JPA annotations on the concrete class and all of its accessor methods (as needed) to map them to the proper table and columns.
BasicLogEventEntity Users of the JPA appender may want to extend this class instead of AbstractLogEventWrapperEntity.
JpaAppender This Appender writes logging events to a relational database using the Java Persistence API.
JpaDatabaseManager An AbstractDatabaseManager implementation for relational databases accessed via JPA.
 

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

The JPA Appender supports writing log events to a relational database using the Java Persistence API. You will need a JDBC driver on your classpath for the database you wish to log to. You will also need the Java Persistence API 2.1 and your JPA provider of choice on the class path; these Maven dependencies are optional and will not automatically be added to your classpath.



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