Class RequestLogger

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    public class RequestLogger
    extends AbstractRequestLogger
    This is the logger class that can be set in the Application.getRequestLogger() method. If this class is set all request and live sessions will be recorded and displayed From the total created sessions, to the peak session count and the current live sessions. For the live sessions the request logger will record what request are happening what kind of IRequestHandler was the event target and what IRequestHandler was the response target. It also records what session data was touched for this and how long the request did take. To view this information live see org.apache.wicket.devutils.inspector.InspectorBug that shows the org.apache.wicket.devutils.inspector.InspectorPage with the org.apache.wicket.devutils.inspector.LiveSessionsPage. This implementation uses a rounded buffer for storing the request data, and strives to minimize contention on accessing the rounded buffer. At the beginning of your application start, the buffer is empty and fills up during the lifetime of the application until the window size has been reached, and new requests are written to the position containing the oldest request.