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« Posted 2003-05-19 20:02:51 »

Hi Everyone;

I'm coding an Applet for the Java(TM) Plug-in - for browser.  I noticed that it has this great tracing feature -- you see it as soon as the java console is opened

0-5: set trace level to <n>

I am trying to figure out how to integrate this with my code - so that if I want finer grain logging to the output I can get it just by pressing 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5.

If anybody knows how to tie this in with my code I would appreciate it. I have already looked at the Documentation and it doesn't give any code example.
It just says this.

Enhanced Java Plug-in Tracing
In the previous version of Java Plug-in, tracing could be turned on by enabling the property javaplugin.trace. However, it turned on all tracing facilities inside Java Plug-in, and messages often flooded the Java Console. In this version, tracing control is more fine-grained. A new property, javaplugin.trace.option, has been introduced. You can set trace-level options (0-5) in the Java Console, shown above, with the following meanings:

0 &#8212; off
1 &#8212; basic
2 &#8212; network and basic
3 &#8212; security, network and basic
4 &#8212; extension, security, network and basic
5 &#8212; LiveConnect, extension, security, network and basic
This enables tracing on the fly.

Sincerely Yours,
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