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Using TCP in Sentinel with log4net

Hi and sorry if this is the wrong subforum to post this question in, but I couldn't figure out where to ask questions about Sentinel. I'm wondering why Sentinel won't allow for tcp data transfer when log4net is selected as the provider. This is from the source code:

if (provider == "log4net" && protocol == "tcp")
{
MessageBox.Show(
this,
"Log4net does not support TCP",
"Command Line Error",
MessageBoxButton.OK,
MessageBoxImage.Error);
}


Please let me know if there is any way around this so that I can log data sent as TCP while still using log4net. Thanks!
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Re: Using TCP in Sentinel with log4net

On 14/08/2013 02:16, Svangorden13 wrote:

> Hi and sorry if this is the wrong subforum to post this question in, but
> I couldn't figure out where to ask questions about Sentinel. I'm
> wondering why Sentinel won't allow for tcp data transfer when log4net is
> selected as the provider. This is from the source code:
>
>
> Code:
> --------------------
> if (provider == "log4net" && protocol == "tcp")
> {
> MessageBox.Show(
> this,
> "Log4net does not support TCP",
> "Command Line Error",
> MessageBoxButton.OK,
> MessageBoxImage.Error);
> }
> --------------------
>
>
> Please let me know if there is any way around this so that I can log
> data sent as TCP while still using log4net. Thanks!


Duplicate of http://forums.novell.com/forum/showthread.php?t=468899

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