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Log4net vs Enterprise Library - Logging Application Block 2.0

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Log4Net vs Enterprise Library - Logging Application Block

Please list or point to the comparison.

My requirements are:
- 50 to 70 web servers
- Track Machine name
- Extract class / method name irrespective of the info type - debug,
trace, exception and more
- Incoming bad links
- Session Info - track - Say, only track for the userid=xxx (I am
ok to customize the code for this)
- Add custom categories
- Getting the Assembly name, version
- Any web project has lot of verticals and common components /Library.
I would like to mention in the config file only one or two vertical and
its info is needed.
- Web services
- Page - web methods
- Less developer interaction about parameters
- And more

Best Regards.

Sreedhar

Nov 1 '06 #1
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Log4net vs Enterprise Library - Logging application block 2.0

I found few sites listing the comparisions but not really with L A B
2.0

Any suggestions, opinions or ideas what could be a better choice ?

Thanks,

Sreedhar Vankayala

sr*******@gmail.com wrote:
Log4Net vs Enterprise Library - Logging Application Block

Please list or point to the comparison.

My requirements are:
- 50 to 70 web servers
- Track Machine name
- Extract class / method name irrespective of the info type - debug,
trace, exception and more
- Incoming bad links
- Session Info - track - Say, only track for the userid=xxx (I am
ok to customize the code for this)
- Add custom categories
- Getting the Assembly name, version
- Any web project has lot of verticals and common components /Library.
I would like to mention in the config file only one or two vertical and
its info is needed.
- Web services
- Page - web methods
- Less developer interaction about parameters
- And more

Best Regards.

Sreedhar
Nov 1 '06 #2

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