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Movie: ASP.NET TraceContext and Using the Trace.AXD utility

Bob Tabor


-Format: Windows Media Video (.wmv)
-Length: 18:13 minutes

By employing tracing in your ASP.NET applications, you can see all information that the ASP.NET HttpHandler sees ... the HTTP Header, server variables, client information, cookie content and more. You can also add your own information to the trace by using the TraceContext. Moreover, you can send that TraceContext to other components that will be used by your application to include trace messages from your components. This video shows you everything you'll need to know about the TraceContext component and the Trace.AXD utility.

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