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XMLFormatter

public class XMLFormatter
extends Formatter

java.lang.Object
   ↳ java.util.logging.Formatter
     ↳ java.util.logging.XMLFormatter


Format a LogRecord into a standard XML format.

The DTD specification is provided as Appendix A to the Java Logging APIs specification.

The XMLFormatter can be used with arbitrary character encodings, but it is recommended that it normally be used with UTF-8. The character encoding can be set on the output Handler.

Summary

Public constructors

XMLFormatter()

Public methods

String format(LogRecord record)

Format the given message to XML.

String getHead(Handler h)

Return the header string for a set of XML formatted records.

String getTail(Handler h)

Return the tail string for a set of XML formatted records.

Inherited methods

From class java.util.logging.Formatter
From class java.lang.Object

Public constructors

XMLFormatter

Added in API level 1
XMLFormatter ()

Public methods

format

Added in API level 1
String format (LogRecord record)

Format the given message to XML.

This method can be overridden in a subclass. It is recommended to use the formatMessage(LogRecord) convenience method to localize and format the message field.

Parameters
record LogRecord: the log record to be formatted.
Returns
String a formatted log record

getHead

Added in API level 1
String getHead (Handler h)

Return the header string for a set of XML formatted records.

Parameters
h Handler: The target handler (can be null)
Returns
String a valid XML string

getTail

Added in API level 1
String getTail (Handler h)

Return the tail string for a set of XML formatted records.

Parameters
h Handler: The target handler (can be null)
Returns
String a valid XML string
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