Complex traces you can actually understand by leveraging Activity Tracing

Posted by: eXtensible mind, on 14 Jan 2014 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Activity tracing is part of a feature that was initially introduced with WCF, named End-to-End Tracing. Its underlying implementation, however, is baked into the XmlWriterTraceListener and does not depend on WCF in any way. Currently it’s only supported in the SystemDiagnostics implementation. So what is activity tracing? It can be summarized as: Activity tracing are [...]...

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