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Write to Event log from my ASPX application

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Hello,

I am building an ASPX application. I have a DLL that connects to the
DataBase and return all what I need in the n-tier ways. I try to write in
the event log when an exception is raise. I get all kind of messages like
Access denied or can't access the registry. Is there a tutorial or some one
that can help me to demystify all those security problems?

--
Marc R.
E-mail
Dim strAddr As String =Convert.ToString(String.Format("{0}.{2}@{3}.{1}",
"mxrc", "cx", "robitxille", "xrs-solutions")).Replace("x", "a")
Nov 19 '05 #1
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I had the same problem, and this article helped me out

http://support.microsoft.com/?id=329291

It suggests either making a registry edit
or
Creating a project inheriting from the installer class which will alow you
to log under a specified Event Log Source

Good Luck

"Marc Robitaille" <ma*************@ars-solutions.caa> wrote in message
news:uL**************@TK2MSFTNGP14.phx.gbl...
Hello,

I am building an ASPX application. I have a DLL that connects to the
DataBase and return all what I need in the n-tier ways. I try to write in
the event log when an exception is raise. I get all kind of messages like
Access denied or can't access the registry. Is there a tutorial or some
one that can help me to demystify all those security problems?

--
Marc R.
E-mail
Dim strAddr As String =Convert.ToString(String.Format("{0}.{2}@{3}.{1}",
"mxrc", "cx", "robitxille", "xrs-solutions")).Replace("x", "a")

Nov 19 '05 #2

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Thank you

--
Marc R.
E-mail
Dim strAddr As String =Convert.ToString(String.Format("{0}.{2}@{3}.{1}",
"mxrc", "cx", "robitxille", "xrs-solutions")).Replace("x", "a")

"Grant Merwitz" <gr***@workshare.com> a écrit dans le message de news:
%2***************@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
I had the same problem, and this article helped me out

http://support.microsoft.com/?id=329291

It suggests either making a registry edit
or
Creating a project inheriting from the installer class which will alow you
to log under a specified Event Log Source

Good Luck

"Marc Robitaille" <ma*************@ars-solutions.caa> wrote in message
news:uL**************@TK2MSFTNGP14.phx.gbl...
Hello,

I am building an ASPX application. I have a DLL that connects to the
DataBase and return all what I need in the n-tier ways. I try to write in
the event log when an exception is raise. I get all kind of messages like
Access denied or can't access the registry. Is there a tutorial or some
one that can help me to demystify all those security problems?

--
Marc R.
E-mail
Dim strAddr As String =Convert.ToString(String.Format("{0}.{2}@{3}.{1}",
"mxrc", "cx", "robitxille", "xrs-solutions")).Replace("x", "a")


Nov 19 '05 #3

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