The samples in this section show how to manage a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) application.
In This Section
- Tracing and Message Logging
- Demonstrates how to configure and use tracing and message logging.
- Using Performance Counters
- Demonstrates how to access WCF performance counters and how to create user-defined performance counters.
- ETW Tracing
- Demonstrates how to implement end-to-end Tracing using Event Tracing for Windows (ETW).
- Extending Tracing
- Demonstrates how to extend the WCF tracing feature by writing user-defined activity traces in client and service code.
- PII Security Lockdown
- Demonstrates how to control the logging of known Personally Identifiable Information (PII) in trace and message logs, such as username and password.
- MOM Pack
- Demonstrates how a Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) 2005 Management Pack is used to monitor the basic state and performance of a generic WCF service.
- Security Validation
- Demonstrates how to use a custom behavior to validate services on a machine, which ensures they meet specific criteria.
- Circular Tracing
- Demonstrates the implementation of a circular buffer trace listener for disk space management.
- WMI Provider
- Demonstrates how to gather data from WCF services at runtime by using the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) provider built into WCF.
- Using Filters for Message Logging
- Demonstrates how to selectively log messages based on properties of the messages.
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