Java Code Examples for java.util.logging.Logger.logrb()

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Example 1
Project: jdk8u-jdk   File: TestLogrbResourceBundle.java   Source Code and License Vote up 5 votes
public void logrb(Logger logger, ResourceBundle bundle) {
    switch(this) {
        case LOGRB_NO_ARGS:
            logger.logrb(Level.CONFIG,
                    TestLogrbResourceBundle.class.getName(),
                    "main", bundle, "dummy");
            break;
        case LOGRB_SINGLE_ARG:
            logger.logrb(Level.CONFIG,
                    TestLogrbResourceBundle.class.getName(),
                    "main", bundle, "dummy", "bar");
            break;
        case LOGRB_ARG_ARRAY:
            logger.logrb(Level.CONFIG,
                    TestLogrbResourceBundle.class.getName(),
                    "main", bundle, "dummy",
                    new Object[] { "bar", "baz"} );
            break;
        case LOGRB_VARARGS:
            logger.logrb(Level.CONFIG,
                    TestLogrbResourceBundle.class.getName(),
                    "main", bundle, "dummy",
                    "bar", "baz" );
            break;
        case LOGRB_THROWABLE:
            logger.logrb(Level.CONFIG,
                    TestLogrbResourceBundle.class.getName(),
                    "main", bundle, "dummy",
                    new Exception("dummy exception") );
            break;
        default:
    }
}
 
Example 2
Project: openjdk-jdk10   File: TestLogrbResourceBundle.java   Source Code and License Vote up 5 votes
public void logrb(Logger logger, ResourceBundle bundle) {
    switch(this) {
        case LOGRB_NO_ARGS:
            logger.logrb(Level.CONFIG,
                    TestLogrbResourceBundle.class.getName(),
                    "main", bundle, "dummy");
            break;
        case LOGRB_SINGLE_ARG:
            logger.logrb(Level.CONFIG,
                    TestLogrbResourceBundle.class.getName(),
                    "main", bundle, "dummy", "bar");
            break;
        case LOGRB_ARG_ARRAY:
            logger.logrb(Level.CONFIG,
                    TestLogrbResourceBundle.class.getName(),
                    "main", bundle, "dummy",
                    new Object[] { "bar", "baz"} );
            break;
        case LOGRB_VARARGS:
            logger.logrb(Level.CONFIG,
                    TestLogrbResourceBundle.class.getName(),
                    "main", bundle, "dummy",
                    "bar", "baz" );
            break;
        case LOGRB_THROWABLE:
            logger.logrb(Level.CONFIG,
                    TestLogrbResourceBundle.class.getName(),
                    "main", bundle, "dummy",
                    new Exception("dummy exception") );
            break;
        default:
    }
}
 
Example 3
Project: openjdk-jdk10   File: TestInferCaller.java   Source Code and License Vote up 4 votes
void test2(Logger logger) {
    AtomicInteger count = new AtomicInteger();
    assertEquals(0, TestHandler.PUBLISHED.size(), "Queue should be empty: ");
    logger.setLevel(Level.ALL);
    assertEquals(0, TestHandler.PUBLISHED.size(), "Queue should be empty: ");

    for (Level l : Arrays.asList(Level.SEVERE, Level.WARNING, Level.INFO,
            Level.CONFIG, Level.FINE, Level.FINER, Level.FINEST)) {
        System.out.println("test2: " + loggerName(logger) + " " + l);
        assertEquals(0, TestHandler.PUBLISHED.size(), "Queue should be empty: ");

        logger.log(l, "message " + count.incrementAndGet());
        assertEquals(1, TestHandler.PUBLISHED.size(), "No event in queue: ");
        LogEvent event = TestHandler.PUBLISHED.remove();
        assertEquals(0, TestHandler.PUBLISHED.size(), "Queue should be empty: ");
        checkEvent(event, this.getClass().getName(), "test2", "message " + count.get());

        logger.log(l, "message " + count.incrementAndGet(), "param");
        assertEquals(1, TestHandler.PUBLISHED.size(), "No event in queue: ");
        event = TestHandler.PUBLISHED.remove();
        assertEquals(0, TestHandler.PUBLISHED.size(), "Queue should be empty: ");
        checkEvent(event, this.getClass().getName(), "test2", "message " + count.get());

        logger.log(l, "message " + count.incrementAndGet(), new Object[] {"foo", "bar"});
        assertEquals(1, TestHandler.PUBLISHED.size(), "No event in queue: ");
        event = TestHandler.PUBLISHED.remove();
        assertEquals(0, TestHandler.PUBLISHED.size(), "Queue should be empty: ");
        checkEvent(event, this.getClass().getName(), "test2", "message " + count.get());

        logger.log(l, "message " + count.incrementAndGet(), new RuntimeException());
        assertEquals(1, TestHandler.PUBLISHED.size(), "No event in queue: ");
        event = TestHandler.PUBLISHED.remove();
        assertEquals(0, TestHandler.PUBLISHED.size(), "Queue should be empty: ");
        checkEvent(event, this.getClass().getName(), "test2", "message " + count.get());

        // JDK 8 & 9 only (uses lambda)
        logger.log(l, () -> "message " + count.incrementAndGet());
        assertEquals(1, TestHandler.PUBLISHED.size(), "No event in queue: ");
        event = TestHandler.PUBLISHED.remove();
        assertEquals(0, TestHandler.PUBLISHED.size(), "Queue should be empty: ");
        checkEvent(event, this.getClass().getName(), "test2", "message " + count.get());

        // JDK 8 & 9 only (uses lambda)
        logger.log(l, new RuntimeException(), () -> "message " + count.incrementAndGet());
        assertEquals(1, TestHandler.PUBLISHED.size(), "No event in queue: ");
        event = TestHandler.PUBLISHED.remove();
        assertEquals(0, TestHandler.PUBLISHED.size(), "Queue should be empty: ");
        checkEvent(event, this.getClass().getName(), "test2", "message " + count.get());

        // JDK 9 only: new API
        logger.logrb(l, (ResourceBundle)null, "message " + count.incrementAndGet(), (Object[]) null);
        assertEquals(1, TestHandler.PUBLISHED.size(), "No event in queue: ");
        event = TestHandler.PUBLISHED.remove();
        assertEquals(0, TestHandler.PUBLISHED.size(), "Queue should be empty: ");
        checkEvent(event, this.getClass().getName(), "test2", "message " + count.get());

        // JDK 9 only: new API
        logger.logrb(l, (ResourceBundle)null, "message " + count.incrementAndGet(), new RuntimeException());
        assertEquals(1, TestHandler.PUBLISHED.size(), "No event in queue: ");
        event = TestHandler.PUBLISHED.remove();
        assertEquals(0, TestHandler.PUBLISHED.size(), "Queue should be empty: ");
        checkEvent(event, this.getClass().getName(), "test2", "message " + count.get());

    }
}