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Debug Your ASP.NET Apps Using Trace


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One of the most challenging aspects of Active Server Pages (ASP) development prior to .NET was debugging and tracing. Setting up interactive debugging in Visual InterDev was nontrivial, and getting a quick trace of the application at run time required you to resort to Response.Write statements. With .NET comes a new way to debug your ASP.NET applications: built-in trace functionality. In this column, I'll cover the TraceContext class, walk through a code example using Visual Studio .NET, and show you how to make the most of the trace output.


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