ReflectInsight Logging Extensions Library 5.4

Rating:        Based on 3 ratings
Reviewed:  3 reviews
Downloads: 7576
Released: Dec 12, 2014
Updated: May 12, 2015 by RSDeveloper
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Release Notes

NOTE: ReflectInsight Logging Extensions Library 5.4 requires ReflectInsight 5.3.2 or higher if you are to use the Viewer.

This release has 2 downloads for the ReflectInsight Logging Extensions Library.

Source and Samples: Be sure when you download the source and samples that your build the extensions first before building the samples.

Binaries Only: Contains just the InsightExtension binaries.

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Reviews for this release

     
Amazing stuff guys! I just presented this to our dev team during our lunch and learn and they all loved it. We still have some older applications that use NLog and most of our newer development using Log4net. However, when I showed them just using the ReflectInsight directly, they were blown away with the fact that we can show well formatted XML and Linq to Sql query sets instead.
by codematrix on Aug 9, 2012 at 8:20 PM
     
I love the log4net extension. This has really helped me and integration was simple. I love that I can filter my logs and perform advanced searches on the results. This is a great tool and I highly recommend it to everyone.
by maverick_x on Mar 29, 2012 at 3:38 PM
     
Very simple to get up and running. With the Enterprise Library extension I was watching logged events in the Live Viewer without any modifications to my existing code in no time. Awesome!
by VisualDragon on Mar 28, 2012 at 2:59 PM