Tracing in episerver 5

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I tried to enable trace in web config: No trace output is shown on pages. What is the problem? Nikolay ProPeople
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Mar 25, 2008 19:07
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Nikolay, I do not know why it does not appear on your page but you can always use trace.axd (i.e. http://localhost/trace.axd) instead. It appears that the output from trace.axd is mangled by EPiServer Friendly Url Rewriter (because it is using an id parameter) so it will only work if you either disbale it or add a filter. The easy way is to change web.config: Regards, Fredrik Haglund, INEXOR AB - http://blog.fredrikhaglund.se
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Mar 25, 2008 19:15
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Thanks for the reply, Fredrik. I solved my problem without using tracing but anyway, I will know what to do in case I need using trace at future time. Nikolay ProPeople
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Mar 25, 2008 19:15
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My web.config is configured like this: The tracing table appears somtimes but sometimes does not appear. I think that some kind of caching prevents it to appear. Do I have somthing wrong in the configuration? Nikolay ProPeople
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Mar 25, 2008 19:15
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