Enabling E2E Tracing for WCF

Posted by: kennyw.com, on 03 Feb 2006 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Tracking down bugs in distributed systems can be really difficult. One of the technologies we’re using in Indigo to help make this easier is known as “E2E Tracing” (for End to End Tracing). Of course, this technology is only as good as the traces that a system emits. In Beta 1, we weren’t so [...]...

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