Use of ATG Log Colorizer in application logging

Use of ATG Log Colorizer in application logging

Use of ATG Colorizer

Use of ATG Colorizer

Introduction

ATG Log Colorizer is a utility to format the console log to color-codes logs to differentiate easily. It outputs the log out of ATG application (running on any application servers like JBoss, WebLogic, WebSphere, or DAS application servers) is also acknowledged and colored appropriately for debug messages , Info messages, error messages and any other logs, on to the console.

This utility helps the developer in analyzing and interpret the logs on the console easily.

Download ATG log colorizer from http://atglogcolorizer.sourceforge.net/

We can create batch file to start the Weblogic.bat appending the ATG Log Colorizer exe to it

Example:

Start_App_Server.bat <COMPLETE_PATH>startServerOnWeblogic.bat | <COMPLETE_PATH>ATGLogColorizer_v1_2.exe

Or

Create a Weblogic.bat short cut on desktop.

Right click and set the below target

Use of ATG Log Colorizer

Use of ATG Log Colorizer

C:\Oracle\Middleware\user_projects\domains\<<CUSTOM PROJECT>>\bin\startWebLogic.cmd | <<PATH TO COLORIZER>>\ATGLogColorizer_v1_2.exe

Example:

C:\Oracle\Middleware\user_projects\domains\atg_domain\bin\startWebLogic.cmd | C:\techanuva\ATGLogColorizer_v1_2.exe

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