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package org.apache.sling.engine;

The RequestLog interface defines the API to be implemented by providers of destinations for request log information. To be able to any request log service writing to output type RequestLog Service the respective services must be registered with the OSGi service registry.

Deprecated:
Use the request progress tracker instead.
public interface RequestLog {

    
The name of the service property which is compared to the name of the RequestLog service to be used to write the log messages (value is "requestlog.name").
    static final String REQUEST_LOG_NAME = "requestlog.name";

    
Writes the given message to the output destination. For example a file based implementation might write the message into a log file while an implementation supporting Unix syslogd might send the message to a syslogd server.

Parameters:
message The message to be logged.
    void write(String message);

    
Closes this request log. This method is called by the request logging infrastructure, when this instance is not used anymore. Hence, this method allows for any cleanup work to be done.
    void close();
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