【C#公共帮助类】 Log4net 帮助类

首先,我们要在Common类库中引用log4net.dll

ExtLogImpl.cs

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using System.Text;
using log4net.Core;

namespace log4net.Ext
{
    public class ExtLogImpl : LogImpl, IExtLog
    {
        /// <summary>
        /// The fully qualified name of this declaring type not the type of any subclass.
        /// </summary>
        private readonly static Type ThisDeclaringType = typeof(ExtLogImpl);
        public ExtLogImpl(ILogger logger)
            : base(logger)
        {
        }
        #region IExtLog 成员

        public void Info(string clientIP, string clientUser, string requestUri, string action, object message)
        {
            Info(clientIP, clientUser, requestUri, action, message, null);
        }

        public void Info(string clientIP, string clientUser, string requestUri, string action, object message, Exception t)
        {
            if (this.IsInfoEnabled)
            {
                LoggingEvent loggingEvent = new LoggingEvent(ThisDeclaringType, Logger.Repository, Logger.Name, Level.Info, message, t);
                loggingEvent.Properties["ClientIP"] = clientIP;
                loggingEvent.Properties["ClientUser"] = clientUser;
                loggingEvent.Properties["RequestUrl"] = requestUri;
                loggingEvent.Properties["Action"] = action;
                Logger.Log(loggingEvent);
            }
        }

        public void Warn(string clientIP, string clientUser, string requestUri, string action, object message)
        {
            Warn(clientIP, clientUser, requestUri, action, message, null);
        }

        public void Warn(string clientIP, string clientUser, string requestUri, string action, object message, Exception t)
        {
            if (this.IsWarnEnabled)
            {
                LoggingEvent loggingEvent = new LoggingEvent(ThisDeclaringType, Logger.Repository, Logger.Name, Level.Warn, message, t);
                loggingEvent.Properties["ClientIP"] = clientIP;
                loggingEvent.Properties["ClientUser"] = clientUser;
                loggingEvent.Properties["RequestUrl"] = requestUri;
                loggingEvent.Properties["Action"] = action;
                Logger.Log(loggingEvent);
            }
        }

        public void Error(string clientIP, string clientUser, string requestUri, string action, object message)
        {
            Error(clientIP, clientUser, requestUri, action, message, null);
        }

        public void Error(string clientIP, string clientUser, string requestUri, string action, object message, Exception t)
        {
            if (this.IsErrorEnabled)
            {
                LoggingEvent loggingEvent = new LoggingEvent(ThisDeclaringType, Logger.Repository, Logger.Name, Level.Error, message, t);
                loggingEvent.Properties["ClientIP"] = clientIP;
                loggingEvent.Properties["ClientUser"] = clientUser;
                loggingEvent.Properties["RequestUrl"] = requestUri;
                loggingEvent.Properties["Action"] = action;
                Logger.Log(loggingEvent);
            }
        }

        public void Fatal(string clientIP, string clientUser, string requestUri, string action, object message)
        {
            Fatal(clientIP, clientUser, requestUri, action, message, null);
        }

        public void Fatal(string clientIP, string clientUser, string requestUri, string action, object message, Exception t)
        {
            if (this.IsFatalEnabled)
            {
                LoggingEvent loggingEvent = new LoggingEvent(ThisDeclaringType, Logger.Repository, Logger.Name, Level.Fatal, message, t);
                loggingEvent.Properties["ClientIP"] = clientIP;
                loggingEvent.Properties["ClientUser"] = clientUser;
                loggingEvent.Properties["RequestUrl"] = requestUri;
                loggingEvent.Properties["Action"] = action;
                Logger.Log(loggingEvent);
            }
        }
        #endregion
    }
}
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ExtLogManager.cs

  1 using log4net.Core;
  2 using System;
  3 using System.Collections.Generic;
  4 using System.Linq;
  5 using System.Reflection;
  6 using System.Text;
  7 
  8 namespace log4net.Ext
  9 {
 10    public class ExtLogManager
 11     {
 12         #region Static Member Variables
 13 
 14         /// <summary>
 15         /// The wrapper map to use to hold the <see cref="WebLogImpl"/> objects
 16         /// </summary>
 17         private static readonly WrapperMap s_wrapperMap = new WrapperMap(new WrapperCreationHandler(WrapperCreationHandler));
 18 
 19         #endregion
 20 
 21         #region Constructor
 22 
 23         /// <summary>
 24         /// Private constructor to prevent object creation
 25         /// </summary>
 26         private ExtLogManager() { }
 27 
 28         #endregion
 29 
 30         #region Type Specific Manager Methods
 31 
 32         /// <summary>
 33         /// Returns the named logger if it exists
 34         /// </summary>
 35         /// <remarks>
 36         /// <para>If the named logger exists (in the default hierarchy) then it
 37         /// returns a reference to the logger, otherwise it returns
 38         /// <c>null</c>.</para>
 39         /// </remarks>
 40         /// <param name="name">The fully qualified logger name to look for</param>
 41         /// <returns>The logger found, or null</returns>
 42         public static IExtLog Exists(string name)
 43         {
 44             return Exists(Assembly.GetCallingAssembly(), name);
 45         }
 46 
 47         /// <summary>
 48         /// Returns the named logger if it exists
 49         /// </summary>
 50         /// <remarks>
 51         /// <para>If the named logger exists (in the specified domain) then it
 52         /// returns a reference to the logger, otherwise it returns
 53         /// <c>null</c>.</para>
 54         /// </remarks>
 55         /// <param name="domain">the domain to lookup in</param>
 56         /// <param name="name">The fully qualified logger name to look for</param>
 57         /// <returns>The logger found, or null</returns>
 58         public static IExtLog Exists(string domain, string name)
 59         {
 60             return WrapLogger(LoggerManager.Exists(domain, name));
 61         }
 62 
 63         /// <summary>
 64         /// Returns the named logger if it exists
 65         /// </summary>
 66         /// <remarks>
 67         /// <para>If the named logger exists (in the specified assembly's domain) then it
 68         /// returns a reference to the logger, otherwise it returns
 69         /// <c>null</c>.</para>
 70         /// </remarks>
 71         /// <param name="assembly">the assembly to use to lookup the domain</param>
 72         /// <param name="name">The fully qualified logger name to look for</param>
 73         /// <returns>The logger found, or null</returns>
 74         public static IExtLog Exists(Assembly assembly, string name)
 75         {
 76             return WrapLogger(LoggerManager.Exists(assembly, name));
 77         }
 78 
 79         /// <summary>
 80         /// Returns all the currently defined loggers in the default domain.
 81         /// </summary>
 82         /// <remarks>
 83         /// <para>The root logger is <b>not</b> included in the returned array.</para>
 84         /// </remarks>
 85         /// <returns>All the defined loggers</returns>
 86         public static IExtLog[] GetCurrentLoggers()
 87         {
 88             return GetCurrentLoggers(Assembly.GetCallingAssembly());
 89         }
 90 
 91         /// <summary>
 92         /// Returns all the currently defined loggers in the specified domain.
 93         /// </summary>
 94         /// <param name="domain">the domain to lookup in</param>
 95         /// <remarks>
 96         /// The root logger is <b>not</b> included in the returned array.
 97         /// </remarks>
 98         /// <returns>All the defined loggers</returns>
 99         public static IExtLog[] GetCurrentLoggers(string domain)
100         {
101             return WrapLoggers(LoggerManager.GetCurrentLoggers(domain));
102         }
103 
104         /// <summary>
105         /// Returns all the currently defined loggers in the specified assembly's domain.
106         /// </summary>
107         /// <param name="assembly">the assembly to use to lookup the domain</param>
108         /// <remarks>
109         /// The root logger is <b>not</b> included in the returned array.
110         /// </remarks>
111         /// <returns>All the defined loggers</returns>
112         public static IExtLog[] GetCurrentLoggers(Assembly assembly)
113         {
114             return WrapLoggers(LoggerManager.GetCurrentLoggers(assembly));
115         }
116 
117         /// <summary>
118         /// Retrieve or create a named logger.
119         /// </summary>
120         /// <remarks>
121         /// <para>Retrieve a logger named as the <paramref name="name"/>
122         /// parameter. If the named logger already exists, then the
123         /// existing instance will be returned. Otherwise, a new instance is
124         /// created.</para>
125         /// 
126         /// <para>By default, loggers do not have a set level but inherit
127         /// it from the hierarchy. This is one of the central features of
128         /// log4net.</para>
129         /// </remarks>
130         /// <param name="name">The name of the logger to retrieve.</param>
131         /// <returns>the logger with the name specified</returns>
132         public static IExtLog GetLogger(string name)
133         {
134             return GetLogger(Assembly.GetCallingAssembly(), name);
135         }
136 
137         /// <summary>
138         /// Retrieve or create a named logger.
139         /// </summary>
140         /// <remarks>
141         /// <para>Retrieve a logger named as the <paramref name="name"/>
142         /// parameter. If the named logger already exists, then the
143         /// existing instance will be returned. Otherwise, a new instance is
144         /// created.</para>
145         /// 
146         /// <para>By default, loggers do not have a set level but inherit
147         /// it from the hierarchy. This is one of the central features of
148         /// log4net.</para>
149         /// </remarks>
150         /// <param name="domain">the domain to lookup in</param>
151         /// <param name="name">The name of the logger to retrieve.</param>
152         /// <returns>the logger with the name specified</returns>
153         public static IExtLog GetLogger(string domain, string name)
154         {
155             return WrapLogger(LoggerManager.GetLogger(domain, name));
156         }
157 
158         /// <summary>
159         /// Retrieve or create a named logger.
160         /// </summary>
161         /// <remarks>
162         /// <para>Retrieve a logger named as the <paramref name="name"/>
163         /// parameter. If the named logger already exists, then the
164         /// existing instance will be returned. Otherwise, a new instance is
165         /// created.</para>
166         /// 
167         /// <para>By default, loggers do not have a set level but inherit
168         /// it from the hierarchy. This is one of the central features of
169         /// log4net.</para>
170         /// </remarks>
171         /// <param name="assembly">the assembly to use to lookup the domain</param>
172         /// <param name="name">The name of the logger to retrieve.</param>
173         /// <returns>the logger with the name specified</returns>
174         public static IExtLog GetLogger(Assembly assembly, string name)
175         {
176             return WrapLogger(LoggerManager.GetLogger(assembly, name));
177         }
178 
179         /// <summary>
180         /// Shorthand for <see cref="LogManager.GetLogger(string)"/>.
181         /// </summary>
182         /// <remarks>
183         /// Get the logger for the fully qualified name of the type specified.
184         /// </remarks>
185         /// <param name="type">The full name of <paramref name="type"/> will 
186         /// be used as the name of the logger to retrieve.</param>
187         /// <returns>the logger with the name specified</returns>
188         public static IExtLog GetLogger(Type type)
189         {
190             return GetLogger(Assembly.GetCallingAssembly(), type.FullName);
191         }
192 
193         /// <summary>
194         /// Shorthand for <see cref="LogManager.GetLogger(string)"/>.
195         /// </summary>
196         /// <remarks>
197         /// Get the logger for the fully qualified name of the type specified.
198         /// </remarks>
199         /// <param name="domain">the domain to lookup in</param>
200         /// <param name="type">The full name of <paramref name="type"/> will 
201         /// be used as the name of the logger to retrieve.</param>
202         /// <returns>the logger with the name specified</returns>
203         public static IExtLog GetLogger(string domain, Type type)
204         {
205             return WrapLogger(LoggerManager.GetLogger(domain, type));
206         }
207 
208         /// <summary>
209         /// Shorthand for <see cref="LogManager.GetLogger(string)"/>.
210         /// </summary>
211         /// <remarks>
212         /// Get the logger for the fully qualified name of the type specified.
213         /// </remarks>
214         /// <param name="assembly">the assembly to use to lookup the domain</param>
215         /// <param name="type">The full name of <paramref name="type"/> will 
216         /// be used as the name of the logger to retrieve.</param>
217         /// <returns>the logger with the name specified</returns>
218         public static IExtLog GetLogger(Assembly assembly, Type type)
219         {
220             return WrapLogger(LoggerManager.GetLogger(assembly, type));
221         }
222 
223         #endregion
224 
225         #region Extension Handlers
226 
227         /// <summary>
228         /// Lookup the wrapper object for the logger specified
229         /// </summary>
230         /// <param name="logger">the logger to get the wrapper for</param>
231         /// <returns>the wrapper for the logger specified</returns>
232         private static IExtLog WrapLogger(ILogger logger)
233         {
234             return (IExtLog)s_wrapperMap.GetWrapper(logger);
235         }
236 
237         /// <summary>
238         /// Lookup the wrapper objects for the loggers specified
239         /// </summary>
240         /// <param name="loggers">the loggers to get the wrappers for</param>
241         /// <returns>Lookup the wrapper objects for the loggers specified</returns>
242         private static IExtLog[] WrapLoggers(ILogger[] loggers)
243         {
244             IExtLog[] results = new IExtLog[loggers.Length];
245             for (int i = 0; i < loggers.Length; i++)
246             {
247                 results[i] = WrapLogger(loggers[i]);
248             }
249             return results;
250         }
251 
252         /// <summary>
253         /// Method to create the <see cref="ILoggerWrapper"/> objects used by
254         /// this manager.
255         /// </summary>
256         /// <param name="logger">The logger to wrap</param>
257         /// <returns>The wrapper for the logger specified</returns>
258         private static ILoggerWrapper WrapperCreationHandler(ILogger logger)
259         {
260             return new ExtLogImpl(logger);
261         }
262 
263         #endregion
264     }
265 }
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IExtLog.cs

 1 using System;
 2 using System.Collections.Generic;
 3 using System.Linq;
 4 using System.Text;
 5 using log4net;
 6 
 7 namespace log4net.Ext
 8 {
 9     public interface IExtLog : ILog
10     {
11         void Info(string clientIP, string clientUser, string requestUri, string action, object message);
12         void Info(string clientIP, string clientUser, string requestUri, string action, object message, Exception t);
13 
14         void Warn(string clientIP, string clientUser, string requestUri, string action, object message);
15         void Warn(string clientIP, string clientUser, string requestUri, string action, object message, Exception t);
16 
17         void Error(string clientIP, string clientUser, string requestUri, string action, object message);
18         void Error(string clientIP, string clientUser, string requestUri, string action, object message, Exception t);
19 
20         void Fatal(string clientIP, string clientUser, string requestUri, string action, object message);
21         void Fatal(string clientIP, string clientUser, string requestUri, string action, object message, Exception t);
22     }
23 }
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