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I am using log4J for logging. Is there a way to determine, how log4J saves these parameters,so that I can perform some sort of testing.
This is what I would like to do: I have various appenders, which are defined in the log4J configuration- so for my Junit test cases, I would like to call say method a ,which uses one sort of appender- then I would like to check and see if what log4j is using is the same sort of appender.This way,if anyone changes the config then this test would fail.
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User org.apache.log4j.Logger class and its getAppender or getAllAppenders method to find out the configured appenders
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