Trace Settings for Team Foundation Server
You can use built-in Trace switches to gain run-time information about your application's performance and execution. This topic describes the Trace settings specific to Team Foundation Server. For general information about Trace, see Tracing and Instrumenting Applications.
The following Trace switches are available in Team Foundation Server. For information on how to enable all of these switches, see How to: Use Web Services to Enable and Configure Trace for Team Foundation Server Components. To enable individual switches, you must edit the Team Foundation Server web.config file as described in How to: Change Configuration Settings for Team Foundation Server Components.
Traces Web method usage, Web service to Web service calls (from the caller’s perspective), and public methods.
Traces authentication interaction.
Traces authorization related components, such as version control’s security manager.
Traces database interaction of your component.
Traces Visual Studio Team System Development Edition and Team Edition for Testers tools components.
Traces work item tracking components.
Traces cases that do not fit the above categories; this is a catch-all category.
Trace Switch Settings
Each switch can be set to one of five settings that govern the amount of information that is recorded. For more information, see Trace Switches.
Trace information logged