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Re: [OpenSAML] Signature Validation Logging

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  • From: Brent Putman <>
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  • Subject: Re: [OpenSAML] Signature Validation Logging
  • Date: Thu, 26 May 2011 16:09:14 -0400

No, not really. In fact, before, you should have at least been seeing
things on the console from OpenSAML itself logging to logback. If you
aren't, you'd have to ask the logback people or search around their
support stuff.

Also, to be clear, in this context of logback's internal default config,
"console" means stdout. So if you have stdout redirected somewhere,
that's where it would be going.

On 5/26/11 3:58 PM, Swapna Gupta wrote:
> Thanks. So I added jcl-over-slf4j.jar to the classpath, still no messages.
> Do I need to do anything more?
> Thanks.
> -----Original Message-----
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> Subject: Re: [OpenSAML] Signature Validation Logging
> Actually
> On 5/26/11 12:50 PM, Swapna Gupta wrote:
>> Thanks! I have added logback-core and logback-classic jars to the
>> classpath. What else should I do to get the Debug messages from
>> DigesterOuputStream? Reading the Logback documentation, it appears it is
>> by default set to log at debug level to the console. But I don't see any
>> messages on the console.
> Ah, sorry, I spoke a little too quickly. To get logging from our
> OpenSAML classes themselves, you do need to install an slf4j binding,
> such as Logback.
> To get logging from other libraries which don't use slf4j natively, you
> need to address that logging framework's requirements. That
> DigesterOutputStream is from Apache XML Security (Santuario) and uses
> Apache Jakarta Commons Logging (JCL). So you need to get the actual log
> output from JCL.
> If you still want to use an SLF4J-based library like Logback as the
> actual logging impl in your OpenSAML-based application (which is fine,
> it's pretty good), then you need to install the SLF4J JCL to SLF4J
> bridge jar. See:
> It's the one listed there as jcl-over-slf4j.
> Logback does log to the console by default. If you want it to go to a
> file, etc. you just need a logback config file. The easiest is to just
> put in your classpath. See the logback user manual for details.

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