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.NET Framework Class LibraryWebRequestInformation MembersProvides information about the current Web request. The following tables list the members exposed by the WebRequestInformation type. Public Properties  Name Description PrincipalGets the instance of the managed-code principal as
Last modified by Microsoft on 7/23/2007 11:32:51 PM
.NET Framework Class LibraryWebErrorEvent.RequestInformation PropertyNote: This property is new in the .NET Framework version 2.0. Gets the application request information. Namespace: System.Web.ManagementAssembly: System.Web (in system.web.dll)SyntaxVisual Basic (Declaration)Public ReadOnly Property RequestInformation As WebRequestInformationVisual Basic (Usage)Dim instance As WebErrorE
Last modified by Microsoft on 7/23/2007 10:53:49 PM
ASP.NET  ASP.NET Health Monitoring Overview  ASP.NET provides an easy way to monitor the health of deployed ASP.NET applications, providing you with detailed run-time information about ASP.NET resources. ASP.NET health-monitoring features can be used to perform the following tasks:Monitor live ASP.NET applications, individually or across a Web farm, to ensure that they are workin
Last modified by Microsoft on 12/7/2006 4:08:04 AM
ASP.NET  Configuring ASP.NET Health Monitoring  The ASP.NET health monitoring system (implemented using classes in the System.Web.Management namespace) enables you to add instrumentation to Web applications—that is, to add health monitoring events (referred to as Web events) that provide health status information. You can then configure the application with built-in or customized
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ASP.NET  ASP.NET Health Monitoring  ASP.NET health monitoring allows system administrators to monitor the status of deployed Web applications. It supports the following general scenarios:Monitoring the performance of an application to ensure that it is healthy.Rapidly diagnosing failing applications or systems.Appraising significant events during the lifecycle of a given applicat
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.NET Framework Class LibraryBufferedWebEventProvider ClassMembersNote: This class is new in the .NET Framework version 2.0. Provides the base functionality for creating event providers that require buffering. Namespace: System.Web.ManagementAssembly: System.Web (in system.web.dll)SyntaxVisual Basic (Declaration)Public MustInherit Class BufferedWebEventProvider Inherits WebEventProvider
Last modified by Microsoft on 7/24/2007 2:14:03 AM
.NET Framework Class LibrarySystem.Web.Management NamespaceNote: This namespace is new in the .NET Framework version 2.0. The System.Web.Management namespace contains classes and interfaces for managing and monitoring the health of Web applications. Classes ClassDescriptionBufferedWebEventProviderProvides the base functionality for creating event providers that require buffering.EventLog
Last modified by Microsoft on 7/24/2007 7:13:52 PM
.NET Framework Class LibraryEventLogWebEventProvider ClassMembersNote: This class is new in the .NET Framework version 2.0. Implements an event provider that logs ASP.NET health-monitoring events into the Windows Application Event Log. Namespace: System.Web.ManagementAssembly: System.Web (in system.web.dll)SyntaxVisual Basic (Declaration)Public NotInheritable Class EventLogWebEventProvi
Last modified by Microsoft on 7/23/2007 11:33:15 PM
ASP.NET  How to: Implement and Raise Custom ASP.NET Health Monitoring Events  The example in this section illustrates how to raise ASP.NET custom health monitoring events. When you add a custom event to your application, you must consider the following points:How to set the scope for the health monitoring event. If the event is intended to be raised in all applications on a serve
Last modified by Microsoft on 12/7/2006 4:08:04 AM
ASP.NET  Extending ASP.NET Health Monitoring  The classes associated with ASP.NET health monitoring are contained in the System.Web.Management namespace. They are divided into two parts: Web event classes (also known as health events), and provider classes. Web event classes are responsible for packaging Web event information. Provider classes listen for and consume the Web event
Last modified by Microsoft on 12/7/2006 4:08:04 AM
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