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package com.ibm.mqlight.api.impl.logging.logback;
A logback converter to support an indent customer conversion specifier.

Note that the convert(ch.qos.logback.classic.spi.ILoggingEvent) method simply returns a java.lang.String with a single character based on the passed event's marker (if the marker is not recognised or no marker is present, a java.lang.String with a single space character is returned).

Actual indenting has not been implemented as it will affect trace performance. Using a suitable Boss trace filter it will be possible for Boss trace to format and indent as required anyway, hence indentation is not required by the service team.

public class IndentConverter extends ClassicConverter {
  
  private static Map<MarkerStringmarkerMap = new HashMap<MarkerString>();
  static {
    .put(..getValue(),     "i");
    .put(..getValue(),    "e");
    .put(..getValue(),     "f");
    .put(..getValue(),    "{");
    .put(..getValue(),     "}");
    .put(..getValue(),     "d");
  }
  
  public String convert(ILoggingEvent event) {
    final Marker marker = event.getMarker();
    String indent = null;
    if (marker != nullindent = .get(marker);
    if (indent == nullindent = " ";
    return indent;
  }
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