The severity levels can be used however they make the most sense in
For example, what you call a hint, I generally put in WARN severity
(although I probably only have one hint message). I use INFO for
"saved successfully" messages.
You are however free to pick whatever levels you like for whatever
organization of messages makes the most sense. My recommendation is
that you use INFO as the severity.
On Tue, Apr 10, 2012 at 2:19 PM, Hoersch, Dennis <Hoersch@...> wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 10, 2012 at 9:37 AM, Dennis Hörsch <hoersch@...> wrote:
>>> does anybody know why there is no severity for success messages?
>>> Is that a special case that nobody needs?
>>> We have a workaround to save/display them separated of the standard faces
>>What's wrong with SEVERITY_INFO?
> In my opinion/understanding 'Info' is something like a hint ('Note that ... '). 'Success' is used by us for messages like '... saved successfully', 'The job is finished' which are styled a bit different.
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