A format for formatting LogEvents as jsonlines log files. This provides a nice balance between human- an machine-readability.

See also

Super class

lgr::Layout -> LayoutJson

Active bindings

toJSON_args

a list of values passed on to jsonlite::toJSON()

timestamp_fmt

Used by $format_event() to format timestamps.

Methods

Public methods

Inherited methods

Method new()

Usage

LayoutJson$new(toJSON_args = list(auto_unbox = TRUE), timestamp_fmt = NULL)


Method format_event()

Usage

LayoutJson$format_event(event)


Method set_toJSON_args()

Set arguments to pass on to jsonlite::toJSON()

Usage

LayoutJson$set_toJSON_args(x)

Arguments

x

a named list


Method set_timestamp_fmt()

Set a format that this Layout will apply to timestamps.

Usage

LayoutJson$set_timestamp_fmt(x)

Arguments

x

  • NULL (the default): formatting of the timestamp is left to jsonlite::toJSON(),

  • a character scalar as for format.POSIXct(), or

  • a function that returns a vector of the same length as its (POSIXct) input. The returned vector can be of any type supported by jsonlite::toJSON(), but should usually be character.


Method toString()

Usage

LayoutJson$toString()


Method parse()

Usage

LayoutJson$parse(file)


Method read()

Usage

LayoutJson$read(file, threshold = NA_integer_, n = 20L)


Method clone()

The objects of this class are cloneable with this method.

Usage

LayoutJson$clone(deep = FALSE)

Arguments

deep

Whether to make a deep clone.

Examples

# setup a dummy LogEvent event <- LogEvent$new( logger = Logger$new("dummy logger"), level = 200, timestamp = Sys.time(), caller = NA_character_, msg = "a test message", custom_field = "LayoutJson can handle arbitrary fields" ) # Default settings show all event fals lo <- LayoutJson$new() lo$format_event(event)
#> {"level":200,"timestamp":"2021-09-16 08:07:54","logger":"dummy logger","caller":null,"msg":"a test message","custom_field":"LayoutJson can handle arbitrary fields"}