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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Client-Side Logging in Silverlight

Many of us have implemented logging in our ASP.NET, Windows Forms and WPF applications, so why shouldn't you do the same in your Silverlight applications? Well, you should. In this blog post I will show you one approach on how you might perform this logging. The class I will use is called PDSALoggingManager. This class has a method named Log() you use to publish data into a log file in your Silverlight application. A method named LogException() is also available for logging information about any exceptions that happen on the client-side of your Silverlight application. Let's take a look at the usage of the PDSALoggingManager class.

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