Introduced a new command line to tool to dynamically change the log levels of the server, create/remove log filters that enable/disable trace logging for specific sessions, users and contexts and suppress specific exception categories.

The CLT communicates with the server via a JMX bean (LogbackConfigurationMBean)

usage: logconf [ [-a | -d] [ [-u <userid> -c <contextid>] | [-s <sessionid>] | [-c <contextid>] ] ] [-l <loglevel> <logger name 1> ... <logger name n>] [-lf] [-ll] [-oec <category 1> ... <category n>] [-le] [-h]

-a,--add Flag to add the filter
-c,--context <arg> The context id for which to enable logging
-d,--delete Flag to delete the filter
-h,--help Print usage of the command line tool
-l,--level <arg> Define the log level
-le,--list-exception-category Get a list with all supressed exception categories
-lf,--list-filters Get a list with all logging filters of the system
-ll,--list-loggers Get a list with all loggers of the system
Can optionally have a list with loggers as arguments, i.e. -ll <logger1>
<logger2> OR the keyword 'dynamic' that instructs the command line tool to
fetch all dynamically modified loggers. Any other keyword is then ignored,
and a full list will be retrieved.
-oec,--override-exception-categories <arg> Override the exception categories to be suppressed
-s,--session <arg> The session id for which to enable logging
-u,--user <arg> The user id for which to enable logging

The flags -a and -d are mutually exclusive.
Valid log levels: {OFF, ERROR, WARN, INFO, DEBUG, TRACE, ALL}
Valid categories: {ERROR, USER_INPUT, CONFIGURATION, PERMISSION_DENIED, TRY_AGAIN, CONNECTIVITY, SERVICE_DOWN,
TRUNCATED, CONFLICT, CAPACITY, WARNING}