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Logging events for reporting purposes

Are there any design patterns or best practices around logging events for use in reporting and BI systems. For example in a system which manages orders from a website, it would be beneficial if a ...
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Which design pattern is more suitable for logging?

I should log some events in a program but as far as I know it would be better to keep the logging code outside the program because it is not about the real functionality of the program. So may you ...
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Event based logging. Is it a good idea and is it ok to pass a handle to a “logged” object?

Hi I have fairly complex program that is doing computations in a quite large loop. I want to log some basic statistic about the run to be able to analyze its performance over time and vs loop number. ...
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Design pattern for logging changes in parent/child objects saved to database

I’ve got a 2 database tables in parent/child relationship as one-many. I’ve got three classes representing the data in these two tables: Parent Class { Public int ID {get; set;} .. other ...
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Best Creational Pattern for loggers in a multi-threaded system?

This is a follow up question on my past questions : Concurrency pattern of logger in multithreaded application As suggested by others, I am putting this question separately. As the learning from ...
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Concurrency pattern of logger in multithreaded application

The context: We are working on a multi-threaded (Linux-C) application that follows a pipeline model. Each module has a private thread and encapsulated objects which do processing of data; and each ...
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Is there a pattern or logical structure I can follow for Event Log Numbers?

What are some ideas or structure I can use when assigning EventID to events that will be saved to the Windows Event Log? Some options I've considered Sequential (0... int.Max) Multiple of ...