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Tracing with Log4Net and the Context Singleton Design Pattern

, 12 Aug 2006
This article describes techniques than enable ASP.Net trace style performance information to be outputted to any appender using log4net. In building this utility class, we also delve into a design pattern that enables developer’s to create a single instance of a class for a single ASP.Net request.

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David San Filippo
Web Developer mtelligent Solutions llc
United States United States
David is the founder of mtelligent Solutions llc, creator of Snip-It Pro, a code snippet organizer that make it easy to organize, search and share your code library.

He currently holds both the MCSD.Net and MCDBA credentials. He actively blogs at, where he posts notes on upgrading the MCSD.Net to the MCPD credential.

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