how to handle logging in groovy scripts

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klaasdeboer
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how to handle logging in groovy scripts

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How can i access the logger from a groovy script?

Currently we use stdout (System.out.println("a log message")) in our groovy scripttasks. We want to move away from stdout logging and would like to use a the logger available in javascript scripttaks for example.

Or even better: can we define our own logfile and write to this?

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klaasdeboer
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Re: how to handle logging in groovy scripts

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ok found out how to do it. Add the following to your script:

import org.slf4j.*;
Logger logger = LoggerFactory.getLogger("org.some.thing");
logger.debug("slf4j - logger.debug -- Hello world.");

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klaasdeboer
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Re: how to handle logging in groovy scripts

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ok found out how to do it. Add the following to your script:

import org.slf4j.*;
Logger logger = LoggerFactory.getLogger("org.some.thing");
logger.debug("slf4j - logger.debug -- Hello world.");

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Re: how to handle logging in groovy scripts

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Hi @klaasdeboer ,

Thanks for posting this solution - will be helpful to other users.

Digital Community Manager, Alfresco Software.
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