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  1. camunda BPM
  2. CAM-10067

Ability to configure command exception logging

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      Currently, Camunda is very verbose logging thrown Exceptions on ERROR level, regardless of how the exception is handled by the application.

      In CommandContext#close for instance, all Exceptions (except three dedicated types, defined in shouldLogFine and shouldLogInfo) are logged on ERROR level.

      Proposed addition: User can control logging of command exceptions in the following way:

      • enable / disabling exception logging for commands executed from application threads
      • enable / disable execption logging for jobs that fail but still have retries left

      Defaults should remain unchainged

      Note:
      could be engine configurations but could probably also be defining specific logger categories so that user can configure using regular logging mechanisms

        mgm-controller-panel

        This is the controller panel for Smart Panels app

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                meyer Daniel Meyer
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