Application Logging and Crashes

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This video is part four of a four part video series on diagnostics in Microsoft Azure Web Sites. In this video, you'll learn how to use application logging and how you can troubleshoot a crash in your application.

Other Videos:

Part 1: Troubleshooting Errors
Part 2: Remote Debugging
Part 3: Failed Request Tracing

Additional Resources:

Enable Diagnostic Logging for Microsoft Azure Web Sites
Tracing in ASP.NET MVC Razor Views

Quick Time Links for this Video:

[00:27] Adding Instrumentation to Code
[01:06] Adding Configuration to Web.config File for Tracing
[02:29] Enabling Application Logging
[03:27] Using the Log Streaming Service
[04:35] Reviewing the Application Log
[05:04] Troubleshooting a Crash
[05:53] Signs of an Application Crash
[06:29] Reviewing EventLog.xml to Troubleshoot a Crash


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