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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.
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