log4net integration

The log4net library injects OneTrueError into the logging pipeline of log4net. Each time you log something and include an exception it will be reported to OneTrueError. This is by far the easiest way to use the power of OneTrueError in legacy applizations (which use log4net).


You need to have installed the OneTrueError server somewhere and created an application in it. Once you've done that you'll have a appKey and a sharedSecret which you can configure below.

Add the following code somewhere before the first logger is retrieved.

var url = new Uri("http://yourServer/onetrueerror/");
OneTrue.Configuration.Credentials(url, "yourAppKey", "yourSharedSecret");

That's it.


If you have code like this:

catch (Exception ex)
	_logger.Debug("Failed doing some crazy stuff.", ex);

.. the exception will be picked up in OneTrueError.

As a bonus you will also see information about the log entry in OneTrueError: