Siebel::Srvrmgr - utilities to be used with the Siebel srvrmgr program
The distribution Siebel-Srvrmgr was created to define a set of tools to interact with the
srvrmgr program from Siebel.
It was started initially to create a parser for the project Siebel Monitoring Tools (http://code.google.com/p/siebel-monitoring-tools/) and later was grown to a set of more generic functionality, thus making sense to be published at CPAN.
This package used to be only Pod, but since release 0.09 it has a logging feature. See logging_cfg for details.
Returns a string with the configuration to be used by a Log::Log4perl instance.
The configuration of Log::Log4perl is available after the
__DATA__ code block of this package.
Logging is disabled by default,
but it can be enabled by only commenting the line:
log4perl.threshold = OFF
with the default "#" Perl comment character.
Logging is quite flexible (see Log::Log4perl for details) but the default configuration uses only FATAL level printing messages to STDOUT.
It is also possible to set a different Log::Log4perl configuration file by setting the environment variable SIEBEL_SRVRMGR_DEBUG with the complete location to the configuration file. This module will look first for this variable configuration and if found, will try to use the configuration from there.
This method returns a Log::Log4perl::Logger object as defined by the
The classes below might give you a introduction of the available classes and features:
Alceu Rodrigues de Freitas Junior, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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