I'm sure .NET lets you capture the output on stdout/stderr. Just search
the net for "capture stdout" together with the name of your preferred
programming language. I saw many examples.

An alternative is to write a config file for java.util.logging that
redirects log output to a file. You can then load the text file.

The most advanced/complicated alternative is probably to compile FOP for
.NET under IKVM and directly interface with FOP through .NET code. Not
an easy task, though.

On 17.02.2008 14:10:11 bonekrusher wrote:
> Hello,
> I am running Fop 0.94 from a .net application. I pass all my arguments a
> batch file to run Fop. If there are any errors they will display in the
> command line dos window. I heard that FOP logs its errors some where. I
> would like to pass those errors (if any) back to my .net application.
> All my logs are being sent to the commons-logging-1.0.4.jar... How to access
> this?
> Is this possible?
> Thanks
> Bones
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Jeremias Maerki

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