100 packages returned for Tags:"tracing"

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log4net is a tool to help the programmer output log statements to a variety of output targets. In case of problems with an application, it is helpful to enable logging so that the problem can be located. With log4net it is possible to enable logging at runtime without modifying the application... More information
Event Tracing for Windows (ETW) is a powerful logging mechanism built into the Windows OS and is used extensively in Windows. You can also log ETW events yourself code using the System.Diagnostics.Tracing.EventSource class. The TraceEvent library conains the classes needed to control ETW providers... More information
You probably want the Essential.Diagnostics Configuration package, which includes this plus sample config sections. Essential.Diagnostics contains additional trace listeners, filters and utility classes for the .NET Framework System.Diagnostics trace logging. Included are colored console (that... More information
Application Insights Trace Listener is a custom TraceListener allowing you to send trace log messages to Application Insights. Application Insights will collect your logs from multiple sources and provide rich powerful search capabilities.
Tracing library that writes either immidiately or buffered to Azure Storage. It is a standard System.Diagnostics TraceListener, but also adds some additional capabilities.
Implements the tracing interface on top of the System.Diagnostics.TraceSource capabilities, extending it with log4net-style hierarchical logging and runtime dynamic configurability of trace sources.
Application Insights Log4Net Appender is a customer appender allowing you to send Log4Net log messages to Application Insights. Application Insights will collect your logs from multiple sources and provide rich powerful search capabilities.
The interfaces provided by this package allow component authors to provide tracing statements that are agnostic to the actual implementation that will be used when they are used at runtime, which is an initialization concern that belongs to the application initialization or other... More information