Connection Access Logs and Events.

Working on some access/event loggging for both Confluence and JIRA:

(Work in progress - comments welcome)


I would like to corrolate access logs and/or catalina.out from Tomcat with Confluence Events. In catalina.out, there is a "token", can this token be found in a Event? A Catalina out:


2017-10-27 08:18:31,054 http-nio-6060-exec-18 INFO 498x3216418x1 9egm1s 77.2412.33 /rest/jddap/1.0/attachment [ExampleListener.class] Script=Listener.groovy IssueKey=PROJECT-723 ScriptRunIdent=32533 Action=EndScript


Can the "9egm1s" part be grabbed in the script or event?

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I have excluded this paramater in my parser, 

because I have not seen any reason in my experience. 


Better for your situation you need parse  pattern from Valve config (server.xml) and


I hope it will help you.

I will be happy if you click vote and answer accepted:)




Gonchik Tsymzhitov



Interesting links, but I dont think my core question was answered, as in can I corrolate logs and events. 

Preferrably by a unique ident that is present in both logs and events.





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