public interface Logger<T>
Loggerinterface defines those methods required for an atomic (sub-)logger to implement. Specialized loggers may make use of
Loggerimplementations; for example the
RuntimeLoggercan be configured to log to a console, a NoSQL database or a file depending on how it is configured (on which
Loggerimplementation it is told to use).
void log(Record<? extends T> aRecord) throws IllegalRecordRuntimeException, UnexpectedLogRuntimeException
Record. The targeted data sink for the
Recordinstances (where them are physically stored) depends on the implementation of the
Logger. It can be a console, a file, a stream or a database.
Recordto be logged.
IllegalRecordRuntimeException- Thrown in case the record cannot be logged as a specific implementation might expect some dedicated
Columninstances to be contained in the provided Record.
UnexpectedLogRuntimeException- Thrown in case some other problems regarding logging occurred, e.g. the data sink (physical system where to log to) experiences problems.
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