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Microsoft: ASP.NET FAQ

ASP.Net Troubleshooting

Displaying TRACE data by putrtek
Posted: 26 Apr 07

I Complied this tip from several places on the Internet

Add this code to the very beginning of your Page Load event...


If Request.QueryString("trace") = "true" Then
    Trace.IsEnabled = True
End If

Then add



To the end of your URL when ever you want to get TRACE information

Here is a addon to this...

If you are updating data and want to see what paremeters are being passed to your Stored procedure

Add this proc to the code behind file


      Protected Sub SqlDataSource_Insert_Inserting(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.Web.UI.WebControls.SqlDataSourceCommandEventArgs) Handles SqlDataSource_Insert.Inserting
        For x As Integer = 0 To e.Command.Parameters.Count - 1
    End Sub

This proc assumes your data source is called 'SqlDataSource_Insert' change this is it's not.

This proc combined with the '&trace=true ' from above will write out all the parameters being passed by your page to the TRACE

Pretty cool...

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