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LouisC49 Member since 2013 1 post
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Does [CIBC-Data-Exception] inherit from [java.util.logging.Logger] or [org.apache.log4j.Category]

Inheritance Level
NameEnter to sort
LabelEnter to sort
Inheritance type
1CIBC-Data-ExceptionData table to store Error Codes and Messages
Both
2CIBC-Data-Class layer for reuse for org data classes
Pattern
3CIBC-Organization Class for CIBC
Pattern
4Data-Data- classes
Pattern
5@baseclass@baseclass
NA
Inheritance Level
NameEnter to sort
LabelEnter to sort
Inheritance type
1CIBC-Data-ExceptionData table to store Error Codes and Messages
Both
2CIBC-Data-Class layer for reuse for org data classes
Pattern
3CIBC-Organization Class for CIBC
Pattern
4Data-Data- classes
Pattern
5@baseclass@baseclass
NA
Inheritance Level
NameEnter to sort
LabelEnter to sort
Inheritance type
1CIBC-Data-ExceptionData table to store Error Codes and Messages
Both
2CIBC-Data-Class layer for reuse for org data classes
Pattern
3CIBC-Organization Class for CIBC
Pattern
4Data-Data- classes
Pattern
5@baseclass@baseclass
NA

I am trying to use Dynatrace (run-time performance & availability monitoring tool) to monitor Log exceptions from a Pega Application.

Dynatrace has a limitation that in order for log monitoring to work, the monitored application needs to use either the below log4j logger classes to log exception into logs or inherited from these 2 logger classes.

  • Java (JDK) Logging – java.util.logging.Logger.log(java.util.logging.LogRecord)
  • Log4J – org.apache.log4j.Category.forcedLog

Our Pega Application's exception handling inherits from [CIBC-Data-Exception] --> [Data-] --> [@baseclass]

Can you kindly help to info me whether [@baseclass] inherits from :

org.apache.log4j.Category

or

java.util.logging.Logger

Thanks very much!

Louis

***Edited by Moderator Marissa to update platform capability tags****

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