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Logging

Modules

Normal

LoggerFactory contains constants, public variables, and a default logger setting.

Class module

Logger contains the logging functionality.

Description

This Logger class enables message logging with severities INFO, WARN, FATAL, and ALWAYS to a log file as well as to an Excel sheet.

Parameters

Compiler constants

Logging_on_Screen - Set to True if you want to log messages also to sheet Workflow (screen).
Logging_cashed - Set to True if you want to speed up the application by writing log messages in one go to the log file at
                              program end. This requires Logging_on_Screen set to True.

Logging variables

LogFilePath - Full pathname of log file
SubName - Set at the beginning of each subroutine to enable the logger to report on the right subroutine name
LogLevel - The level from where logging should be done:
                  1 - Report all log messages: INFO, WARN, FATAL, and ALWAYS
                  2 - Report all log messages but not INFOs
                  3 - Report from FATAL level onwards, i. e. just FATAL and ALWAYS messages
                  4 - Report only ALWAYS messages
                  5 - Switch off logging
LogScreenRow - Row from where to start logging in sheet Workflow (usually 3)

See Also
http://sulprobil.com/Get_it_done/IT/PowerShell_Fun/Write-Log/write-log.html
A similar logging function for MS PowerShell

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