Using Tracing to Troubleshoot Your Application
This section contains various topics that describe how you can use tracing to troubleshoot your application.
In This Section
- Recommended Settings for Tracing and Message Logging
- Describes suggested settings for production and debugging environments.
- Using Service Trace Viewer for Viewing Correlated Traces and Troubleshooting
- Describes how you can use the Service Trace Viewer tool to view, correlate and analyze trace data.
- Significant Traces
- A list of major traces emitted by WCF.
- Debugging on the Client
- Enables clients to debug your application.
- End-To-End Tracing Scenarios
- Describes traces used for E2E WCF scenarios, for example, synchronous wsHttp request-replies, and asynchronous TCP one-way requests.
- Emitting User-Code Traces
- Describes how to emit traces programmatically in user code, so that you can proactively create instrumentation data to be used later for diagnostic purpose, and in correlation with WCF traces.