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// $Header: /home/cvs/jakarta-jmeter/src/protocol/http/org/apache/jmeter/protocol/http/util/accesslog/,v 1.5 2004/02/13 03:46:14 sebb Exp $
 * Copyright 2003-2004 The Apache Software Foundation.
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package org.apache.jmeter.protocol.http.util.accesslog;

 * Description:
* LogParser is the base interface for classes * implementing concrete parse logic. For an * example of how to use the interface, look * at the Tomcat access log parser.

* The original log parser was written in 2 * hours to parse access logs. Since then, * the design and implementation has been * rewritten from scratch several times to * make it more generic and extensible. The * first version was hard coded and written * over the weekend.

* @author Peter Lin
* @version $Revision: 1.5 $ last updated $Date: 2004/02/13 03:46:14 $ * Created on: Jun 23, 2003
*/ public interface LogParser { /** * close the any streams or readers. */ public void close(); /** * Concrete parsers need to have a generator * to recieve the parsed result. * @param generator */ public void setGenerator(Generator generator); /** * the method will parse the given number of * lines. Pass "-1" to parse the entire file. * @param count * @return int */ public int parse(int count); /** * We allow for filters, so that users can * simply point to an Access log without * having to clean it up. This makes it * significantly easier and reduces the * amount of work. Plus I'm lazy, so going * through a log file to clean it up is a * bit tedious. One example of this is * using the filter to exclude any log * entry that has a 505 response code. * @param filter */ public void setFilter(Filter filter); /** * The method is provided to make it easy to * dynamically create new classes using * Class.newInstance(). Then the access log * file is set using this method. * @param source */ public void setSourceFile(String source); }

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