Windows Event Log logger for Winston
Windows Event Log logger for node.js Winston module.
$ npm install winston-winlog $ npm install winston
var winston = require'winston'winlog = require"winston-winlog";winstonaddwinlogEventLog source: 'myapp' ;winstonsetLevelswinlogconfiglevels;
Then you can do:
winston.info("this is an info message");winston.warning("this is an warning message");winston.error("this is an error message");
And you will see
When adding the transport you can define a custom event log as follows:
winstonaddwinlogEventLog source: 'myapp' eventLog: 'MyCustomEventLog' ;
Then you will find your logs under "Applications and Services Logs"
This transport uses the module windows-eventlog to log events.
In order to write entries to the eventlog your application has to run with an elevated account: ie administrator or system account.
The transport will do nothing (doesn't throw!) if you run it on a platform other than win32.
The only reason to use this adapter and not windows-eventlog directly is if you are working on a multi-platform project or you are already using winston.
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