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Singleton has different conversion pattern



You use the log message conversion pattern "%d{yyyy-MM-dd}T%d{HH:mm:ss.SSS}*%p*%X{userid}%X{stack}*%c{3}*%m*%Y{instance_id}*PEGA%n" to send errors to a webservice via "com.pega.pegarules.priv.util.SOAPAppenderPega" in prlogging.xml configuration file.

For most errors there is a stacktrace at the end of the error. However, for " Singleton: Set Initialization/UniqueActivityTerminateExceptions for unique exceptions" the stack trace appears to be in the middle of the entry. Is it intentional that these errors are entered differently for the same conversion pattern? Does %m get the content of %n if there is no 'error description'?


Yes, %m gets the %n value in these cases (Singleton instance). Several of the other normal parameters are missing and what should be the end of the line before the stack trace now appears on a line after the stack trace.

Published June 12, 2015 - Updated October 8, 2020

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