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CyclicTraceListener in Azure

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How can I configure a listener for tracing in Azure?
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You can use any .NET trace listener you wish.
We include an inbuilt cyclic trace listener that rolls over a new log file every day.

<!-- The diagnostics are only required for problem determination. -->
<system.diagnostics>
  <trace autoflush="true">
  <listeners>
   <add name="CyclicTextWriter"/>
  </listeners>
  </trace>
  <sources>
  <source name="ComponentSpace.SAML2" switchValue="Verbose">
   <listeners>
    <add name="CyclicTextWriter"/>
   </listeners>
  </source>
  </sources>
  <sharedListeners>
  <!-- Ensure IIS has create/write file permissions for the log folder. -->
  <add name="CyclicTextWriter" type="ComponentSpace.SAML2.Utility.CyclicTraceListener,ComponentSpace.SAML2" initializeData="logs"/>
  </sharedListeners>
</system.diagnostics>




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