how to display exact line number (where the error has occured) in logging library

Issue In the following code, the error is at line 7. However, log displays error at line 10, where logging is mentioned. import logging import urllib2 logging.basicConfig(filename=’example.log’,level=logging.DEBUG,format=’%(levelname) -10s %(asctime)s %(module)s:%(lineno)s %(funcName)s %(message)s’) def main(): try: urls = “http://www.simplyhired.com/a/job-detaw/jobkey-67b4efe169eee7b2cf2ed47d49b1845070ea37/rid-racliggzfyjgqwfzrlvnqyjtcserhrri/cjp-3/pub_id-1002” site =

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Logging in Angular2

Issue Is there any framework for logging actions in Angular2. I would like to have debug, error, info logs. Previously I used NLog framework but it doesn’t support Angular 2. Thanks for any help. Solution There’s something here that may

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NLog seems to be writing incorrect value in database

Issue I’m using NLog for logging into database. It seems to me its misplacing value in columns. For instance, it writes StackTrace in Message column and Exception information in StackTrace column Configuration: <nlog xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" throwConfigExceptions="true" throwExceptions="true"> <targets> <target name="database" type="Database"

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Set logging level in glog package

Issue How can I set logging level for golang glog package to ERROR. example.go: package main import ( "github.com/golang/glog" "flag" ) func main() { flag.Parse() glog.Info("Info level") glog.Error("Error level") glog.Flush() } $ go run example.go -logtostderr=true -stderrthreshold=ERROR I1214 15:46:00.743002 13429

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Logging in Python console and in log file

Issue I’m using the logging library and would like to log on to the console and store those logs in a file. logger = logging.getLogger(module) handler = logging.StreamHandler() formatter = logging.Formatter( ‘%(asctime)s [%(name)s] %(levelname)-8s %(message)s’) handler.setFormatter(formatter) logger.addHandler(handler) logger.setLevel(logging.DEBUG) filehandler=logging.FileHandler(‘logfile.log’) logger.addHandler(filehandler)

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WebClient – how to get request body?

Issue I’ve started using WebClient and I’m adding logging of request/response using filter method: WebClient.builder() .baseUrl(properties.getEndpoint()) .filter((request, next) -> { // logging request.body() }) .build(); I’m able to access url, http method, headers but I’ve a problem with getting raw

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Converting tomcat logs to CSV using sed

Issue I have some application log data on a Linux server, which looks like this: Jan 11 14:24:42 AttackSimulator.abcd [1587566256,49294,"ryan.wright@abcd.com",3237159933,1,0,0,3,"2314","https",443,2899903330,"https://googleads.g.doubleclick.net/pagead/ads",0,"","","","","1 – Default Policy","","googleads.g.doubleclick.net","GET",4,0,5] Jan 11 14:24:42 AttackSimulator.abcd [1587566256,49294,"melisa.zeunert@abcd.com",3237159933,1,0,0,3,"2339,37788","http",80,387803624,"http://ping.citrix.com",0,"","","","","3 – Extended Policy High","","ping.citrix.com","HEAD",3,0,4] I want to output this in a CSV

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Nest can't resolve dependencies LogService (?, LogFormatProvider). Please argument String at index [0] is available in the AppModule context

Issue My app.module.ts file looks like this: import { Module, HttpModule } from ‘@nestjs/common’; import { AppController } from ‘./app.controller’; import { AppService } from ‘./app.service’; import { GraphQLModule } from ‘@nestjs/graphql’; import { ApolloDriver, ApolloDriverConfig } from ‘@nestjs/apollo’; import

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Nest can't resolve dependencies LogService (?, LogFormatProvider). Please argument String at index [0] is available in the AppModule context

Issue My app.module.ts file looks like this: import { Module, HttpModule } from ‘@nestjs/common’; import { AppController } from ‘./app.controller’; import { AppService } from ‘./app.service’; import { GraphQLModule } from ‘@nestjs/graphql’; import { ApolloDriver, ApolloDriverConfig } from ‘@nestjs/apollo’; import

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