Developing Applications Using the Logging Application Block
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This topic describes how to develop applications using the Logging Application Block. It explains how to configure the application block to perform particular tasks and how to use the application block according to particular application scenarios such as populating and raising events from code. This topic assumes you are using the application block in its original state, without extending it. (To learn how to add functionality, see Extending and Modifying the Logging Application Block.)
This section includes the following topics:
- Log Entry Processing and Configuration
- Entering Configuration Information
- Integrating the Logging Application Block with WCF Applications
- Logging Application Block Properties
- Source Schema for the Logging Application Block
- Using the Distributor Service
- Adding Application Code
All application blocks ship as binary assemblies and as source code. If you want to use the source code, you must compile it before you can use the QuickStarts and configuration tools. To learn how to compile the Enterprise Library source code, see Building Enterprise Library from the Source Code.