Class Logging

Contains static information which affects all ETLBox tasks and general logging behavior for all components. Here you can set default connections string, disable the logging for all processes or set the current stage used in your logging configuration.

Inheritance
System.Object
Logging
Inherited Members
System.Object.Equals(System.Object)
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System.Object.GetHashCode()
System.Object.GetType()
System.Object.MemberwiseClone()
System.Object.ReferenceEquals(System.Object, System.Object)
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Namespace: ETLBox.Logging
Assembly: ETLBox.dll
Syntax
    public static class Logging

Fields

DEFAULTLOADPROCESSTABLENAME

Declaration
    public const string DEFAULTLOADPROCESSTABLENAME = "etlbox_loadprocess"
Field Value
TypeDescription
System.String

DEFAULTLOGTABLENAME

The default log table name

Declaration
    public const string DEFAULTLOGTABLENAME = "etlbox_log"
Field Value
TypeDescription
System.String

Properties

CurrentLoadProcess

If you used the logging task StartLoadProces (and created the corresponding load process table before) then this Property will hold the current load process information.

Declaration
    [Obsolete]
public static LoadProcess CurrentLoadProcess { get; }
Property Value
TypeDescription
LoadProcess

DisableAllLogging

This is the default value for all control and dataflow components. If set to true, no log messages will be produced. Logging can be enabled/disabled for all components individually using the DisableLogging property on each component.

Declaration
    public static bool DisableAllLogging { get; set; }
Property Value
TypeDescription
System.Boolean

LoadProcessTable

TableName of the current load process logging table

Declaration
    [Obsolete]
public static string LoadProcessTable { get; set; }
Property Value
TypeDescription
System.String

LogInstance

Declaration
    public static ILogger LogInstance { get; set; }
Property Value
TypeDescription
Microsoft.Extensions.Logging.ILogger

LogTable

TableName of the current log process logging table

Declaration
    [Obsolete]
public static string LogTable { get; set; }
Property Value
TypeDescription
System.String

STAGE

For logging purposes only. If the stage is set, you can access the stage value in the logging configuration.

Declaration
    [Obsolete]
public static string STAGE { get; set; }
Property Value
TypeDescription
System.String

Methods

ClearSettings()

Set all settings back to default (which is null or false)

Declaration
    public static void ClearSettings()