Tip

Write to a log file

This java method allows you to write to a log file. If the log file does not exist then it will create one for you. It was designed to write to a log file every time a user clicks a button.

  
  Code: public void writeLogFile(String strWho, 
String strWhen, 
String strWhat, String strLeadNumber) {
                try {
                          BufferedWriter out = new BufferedWriter(new 
FileWriter("c:TempFileLog.txt", true));                        
                          out.write("A " + strWho + " at " + strWhen + " 
Clicked on " + strWhat + " Action Button for lead number" +
 strLeadNumber);
                          out.write("¥");
                          out.close();
                        }
                           catch (IOException e) 
                                     {
                                      e.printStackTrace();
                                     }
           }


Usage:
writeLogFile("MDM", "12/30/2004", "Dispo", "3853735");

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This was first published in January 2005

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