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Logging much? Make your logs easier to parse or load into MySQL by using CSV output.

 * Copyright Scott Douglass, 2012.
 * License:
package com.spacepirates.logging.jui;

import java.text.SimpleDateFormat;
import java.util.Date;
import java.util.logging.Formatter;
import java.util.logging.LogRecord;

 * @author Scott Douglass
public class CSVFormatter extends Formatter {

  private final SimpleDateFormat timestamp =
    new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy-MM-dd,HH:mm:ss");
  private static final String COL_SEP=",";
  private static final String QUOTE="\"";
  private static final String EOL=System.getProperty("line.separator");

   * Format the LogRecord as a single line, with comma separated values.
   * ConsoleHandler handler = new ConsoleHandler();
   * handler.setFormatter(new CSVFormatter());
   * LOG.addHandler(handler);
   * LOG.setUseParentHandlers(false);
* * @param lr the LogRecord * @return the formatted message */ @Override public String format(final LogRecord lr) { final StringBuilder message = new StringBuilder(); synchronized(timestamp) { message.append(timestamp.format(new Date(lr.getMillis()))); } message.append(COL_SEP); message.append(lr.getLevel().getName()); message.append(COL_SEP); message.append(QUOTE); message.append(formatMessage(lr)); message.append(QUOTE); message.append(COL_SEP); message.append(lr.getSourceClassName()); message.append(COL_SEP); message.append(lr.getSourceMethodName()); message.append(EOL); return message.toString(); } }

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