Open Source – System Log

The System Log Class was created to provide standard method of recording errors in a database table. The SystemLog class has been tested in both WD and WB.

The System Log Class was created to provide standard method of recording errors in a database table. Often we have users that call for support, but when asked what the error was, they say I don’t know I just clicked enter. We use the System Log class to log all errors to a table, that way we can refer to the table for the time period in question and see what the actual errors were. We also use the function to record debug information in the same table based on a global variable. Many of the NextAge Open Source Classes also use this class.

Enough of a sales job. I hope you enjoy it. If you have any questions, suggestions, complaints (well not complaints) then please use the comments below so we can all benefit from each others additions. This article will be updated with each new release of the class.

If you have any questions about the NextAge Open Source initiative be sure to check out this post.

The Download Links

Documentation in PDF format

Class and Documentation in a Zip File

Demo App with example code for all NextAge Open Source Class plus other bits and pieces

Code Bricks

Change Log

Version 1.0 – Initial Release 1/16/2013

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One thought on “Open Source – System Log

  1. I have tested the system log class and am using it in my theTaxCure.com WebDev class, so this class can be used in either WD or WB as is.

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