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Sharath Babu Nagamangala Govindaiah (SharathBabu523)
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Posted: March 9, 2018
Last activity: March 14, 2018
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How to Change Log4Net Rolling file appender to smtp appender or ADODB appender

Hi All,

Currently log4net publisher logs the data in a file according to the configuration done in Runtimeconfig.xml > log4net publisher > innerXML.

I want the log4net to publish into different appenders such as SMTP or ADO.NET and other things. I tried changing the inerXML to appropriate appenders ( as given in the url :https://logging.apache.org/log4net/release/config-examples.html by appropriate encoding) and getting the below error. Does any one have idea how to use it or open span does not support it ?

OpenSpan.Diagnostic Internal Exception

Exception Report

1) Exception Information
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Exception Type: System.InvalidCastException
Message: "Unable to cast object of type 'log4net.Appender.SmtpAppender' to type 'log4net.Appender.FileAppender'."
Data: IDictionary (System.Collections.ListDictionaryInternal) with 0 items
TargetSite: Boolean Initialize(System.String, System.Collections.Specialized.NameValueCollection, Boolean)
HelpLink: NULL
Source: "OpenSpan"
HResult: -2147467262

StackTrace Information
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at OpenSpan.Diagnostics.Publishers.Log4NetPublisher.Initialize(String identity, NameValueCollection settings, Boolean validateInternalState)
at OpenSpan.Diagnostics.Diagnostic.Initialize()

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Note : i am able to achieve it using script method and the appender of my choice, but i want to achieve using the built-in log4net publisher and avoid C# scripting.

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