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Management Samples

The samples in this section demonstrate how to manage a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) application.

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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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