Lightstreamer PCL (Portable Class Library) Client 3.1.0
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ILogger Members

The following tables list the members exposed by ILogger.

 
Name 
Description 
 
This is the overview for the Debug method overload. 
 
This is the overview for the Error method overload. 
 
This is the overview for the Fatal method overload. 
 
Info 
This is the overview for the Info method overload. 
 
Warn 
This is the overview for the Warn method overload. 
 
Name 
Description 
 
Checks if this logger is enabled for the Debug level.
The property should be true if this logger is enabled for Debug events, false otherwise.
This property is intended to lessen the computational cost of disabled log Debug statements. Note that even if the property is false, Debug log lines may be received anyway by the Debug methods.
 
 
Checks if this logger is enabled for the Error level.
The property should be true if this logger is enabled for Error events, false otherwise.
This property is intended to lessen the computational cost of disabled log Error statements. Note that even if the property is false, Error log lines may be received anyway by the Error methods.
 
 
Checks if this logger is enabled for the Fatal level.
The property should be true if this logger is enabled for Fatal events, false otherwise.
This property is intended to lessen the computational cost of disabled log Fatal statements. Note that even if the property is false, Fatal log lines may be received anyway by the Fatal methods.
 
 
Checks if this logger is enabled for the Info level.
The property should be true if this logger is enabled for Info events, false otherwise.
This property is intended to lessen the computational cost of disabled log Info statements. Note that even if the property is false, Info log lines may be received anyway by the Info methods.
 
 
Checks if this logger is enabled for the Warn level.
The property should be true if this logger is enabled for Warn events, false otherwise.
This property is intended to lessen the computational cost of disabled log Warn statements. Note that even if the property is false, Warn log lines may be received anyway by the Warn methods.