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Posted 20 Aug 2011

LoggingBehavior - How to Connect Log-prints with the WCF Operation's Details, using a Simple Behavior

, 27 Sep 2011 CPOL
In this article, I explain, step by step, how we can use a WCF behavior for logging operation's invoke and result, errors, warnings and information logs that include the operation's details.
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using System.Text;
using Example.Contracts;
using WcfLogPrints;

namespace Example.Services
    public class MyService : IMyService
        public int MyOperation(int myArg, List<Family> families, out string myResult)
            myResult = "There are " + families.Count + " families.";

            return 5;

        [LoggingBehavior(LogBeforeCall = false)]
        public int MySecondOperation(int myArg)
            return 10;

        public void MyThirdOperation(int i)
            LoggingContext.Current.LogInformation("In MyThirdOperation");

            MyClass c = new MyClass();

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Shmuel Zang
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