Failed Request Tracing

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This video is part three of a four part video series on diagnostics in Microsoft Azure Web Sites. In this video, you'll learn how to use Failed Request Tracing to narrow down a problem with a slow page in your application.

Other Videos:

Part 1: Troubleshooting Errors
Part 2: Remote Debugging
Part 4: Application Logging and Crashes

Additional Resources:

Troubleshooting Slow Requests in Microsoft Azure Web Sites
How to FTP Into a WAWS Site

Quick Time Links for this Video:

[00:24] Reproducing a Slow Request
[01:06] Enabling Failed Request Tracing
[01:36] Configuring Failed Request Tracing for Successful Requests
[03:11] Reviewing a Failed Request Tracing File


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