.Net - What are Trace switches? Describe how to create and use Trace
switches. - June 03, 2009 at 11:00 AM by Shuchi Gauri
What are Trace switches? Describe how to create and use Trace switches.
Trace switches allow us to filter, enable/disable the outputs through Trace. We
can configure them through the config file. 3 types of trace switches:
BooleanSwitch: Enable/Disable trace statements.
TraceSwitch and SourceSwitch: used for trapping particular Trace levels.
BooleanSwitch dataSwitch =
new BooleanSwitch("Comment", "module1");
TraceSwitch generalSwitch =
new TraceSwitch("comment", "module1");
Debug.Write: Debug Mode, Release Mode (used while debuging a
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Define Trace Switches..................
Both are used to help programmers find errors, occurring events and flow of