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Troubleshooting the Service Bus for Windows Server

Updated: July 10, 2012

Applies To: Service Bus for Windows Server 1.0

Similar to other server applications that run on Windows Server, the Service Bus for Windows Server writes all error, warning, and information events to the event viewer. These events appear in the application logs in the Windows Event Viewer application.

The Event Viewer uses the following monitors to identify events generated by the Service Bus for Windows Server:

  • Service Bus Message Broker

  • Service Bus Gateway

  • Fabric

Obtaining Service Bus for Windows Server Events through the Event Viewer

By default, verbose Service Bus for Windows Server events are not traced. This procedure describes how to use the Event Viewer to enable event tracing and to locate Service Bus for Windows Server events.

To view events in the Event Viewer

Do the following:

  1. Open the Event Viewer. On the View menu, click Show Analytic and Debug Logs. Locate the Trace channel log for Service Bus for Windows Server under Applications and Service Logs. then Microsoft-ServiceBus.

  2. Right-click Analytic and Debug, and then click the Enable Logging check box to start the event tracing. For more information about channels, see Event Logs and Channels in the Windows Event Log.

  3. Service Bus for Windows Server events appear in the event window for the Debug channel. Double-click an event in the list to view detailed information. You can view an event in XML or “Friendly View” format.

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