NLog.Extended.Standard 1.0.1

Implement NLog various extension of Targets(AzureAppendBlob) and LayoutRenderer(appsettings) with .NET Standard 2.0.

Install-Package NLog.Extended.Standard -Version 1.0.1
dotnet add package NLog.Extended.Standard --version 1.0.1
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Implement NLog various extension of Targets(AzureAppendBlob) and LayoutRenderer(appsettings) with .NET Standard 2.0.

Now Available Features

Targets

  • AzureAppendBlob - Append log to Azure storage blobs

Layout Renderers(Layouts)

  • appsettings - Access configuration in appsettings.json (or appsettings.<EnvironmentName>.json) file

How To Use

Install the NLog.Extended.Standard package from NuGet. You need add NLog 4.5 or higher, then put the syntax in your NLog configuration below:

<nlog>
    <extensions>
        <add assembly="NLog.Extended.Standard" />
    </extensions>
</nlog>

AzureAppendBlob target configuration

The target's type name is AzureAppendBlob.

  • connectionString - (layout)The connection string for the storage account to use. To Retrieve this at Azure Portal.
  • container - (layout)The name of the blob container where logs will be placed. Will be created when it does not exist.
  • blobName - (layout)Name of the blob to write to. Will be created when it does not exist.
  • layout - (layout)Content text to write.
Example:
<targets async="true">
    <target xsi:type="AzureAppendBlob" 
            name="Azure" 
            layout="${longdate} ${uppercase:${level}} - ${message}" 
            connectionString="YourConnectionString" 
            container="YourContainer" 
            blobName="logs/${shortdate}.log" />
</targets>
<rules>
    <logger name="*" minlevel="Trace" writeTo="Azure"/>
</rules>

You can see NLog Wiki for more information about configuring NLog.

Note:

If you only need AzureAppendBlob target, check this.

Appsettings layout renderer configuration

The layout renderer's name is appsettings.

Pay Attention

The previous version was appsetting, you must modify it.

Configuration Syntax & Parameters
${appsettings:name=String.String2.String3:default=String}
  • name - Key in your appsettings.<EnvironmentName>.json file. If it has a multi-level hierarchy that you want to access, you can separate by a dot. Required.
  • default - Default value if not present. Optional.
Example:

Target appsettings.json

    {
        "Mode":"Prod",
        "Options":{
            "StorageConnectionString":"abcdefg123456789",
            "Container":"YourProdContainer"
        }
    }
  • ${appsettings:name=Mode} - Get "Prod" in this case.
  • ${appsettings:name=Options.StorageConnectionString} - Get "abcdefg123456789" in this case.
  • ${appsettings:name=Options.StorageConnectionString2:default=DefaultString} - Get "DefaultString" in this case.
Note:

If you only need Appsettings layout renderer, check this.

Implement NLog various extension of Targets(AzureAppendBlob) and LayoutRenderer(appsettings) with .NET Standard 2.0.

Now Available Features

Targets

  • AzureAppendBlob - Append log to Azure storage blobs

Layout Renderers(Layouts)

  • appsettings - Access configuration in appsettings.json (or appsettings.<EnvironmentName>.json) file

How To Use

Install the NLog.Extended.Standard package from NuGet. You need add NLog 4.5 or higher, then put the syntax in your NLog configuration below:

<nlog>
    <extensions>
        <add assembly="NLog.Extended.Standard" />
    </extensions>
</nlog>

AzureAppendBlob target configuration

The target's type name is AzureAppendBlob.

  • connectionString - (layout)The connection string for the storage account to use. To Retrieve this at Azure Portal.
  • container - (layout)The name of the blob container where logs will be placed. Will be created when it does not exist.
  • blobName - (layout)Name of the blob to write to. Will be created when it does not exist.
  • layout - (layout)Content text to write.
Example:
<targets async="true">
    <target xsi:type="AzureAppendBlob" 
            name="Azure" 
            layout="${longdate} ${uppercase:${level}} - ${message}" 
            connectionString="YourConnectionString" 
            container="YourContainer" 
            blobName="logs/${shortdate}.log" />
</targets>
<rules>
    <logger name="*" minlevel="Trace" writeTo="Azure"/>
</rules>

You can see NLog Wiki for more information about configuring NLog.

Note:

If you only need AzureAppendBlob target, check this.

Appsettings layout renderer configuration

The layout renderer's name is appsettings.

Pay Attention

The previous version was appsetting, you must modify it.

Configuration Syntax & Parameters
${appsettings:name=String.String2.String3:default=String}
  • name - Key in your appsettings.<EnvironmentName>.json file. If it has a multi-level hierarchy that you want to access, you can separate by a dot. Required.
  • default - Default value if not present. Optional.
Example:

Target appsettings.json

    {
        "Mode":"Prod",
        "Options":{
            "StorageConnectionString":"abcdefg123456789",
            "Container":"YourProdContainer"
        }
    }
  • ${appsettings:name=Mode} - Get "Prod" in this case.
  • ${appsettings:name=Options.StorageConnectionString} - Get "abcdefg123456789" in this case.
  • ${appsettings:name=Options.StorageConnectionString2:default=DefaultString} - Get "DefaultString" in this case.
Note:

If you only need Appsettings layout renderer, check this.

Version History

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1.0.1 752 8/29/2018
1.0.0 667 4/27/2018