I have a basic Groovy script, and I'm looking to create logs as simply as possible. I want the message to go to stdout, as well as a log file, and each entry in the log file would have a timestamp.
I can't use the @Log notation, because it's a script, and I don't have a class to inject into. This would have been ideal otherwise I think.
You can have the below pattern in your script (tried in Groovy Editor).
import java.util.logging.Logger Logger logger = Logger.getLogger("") logger.info ("I am a test info log")
The above logs output to STDOUT. In order to log it to a file, you have to create a logger using
getLogger. Follow the API for your convenience.