Log4net is a fail-stop logging system. Fail stop means that it stops logging on an internal exception and by design does not interact with the program flow. Knowing this explains you troubleshooting log4net isn’t so easy. If logging fails, your program does not notice. You see a lot of questions about: why is my log4net logging not working? This article explains the basic troubleshooting and most common solutions.
Get your devops going by integrating your application into your team communication tooling.
To get more out of Slack and your team, you can integrate Slack with your application. Integrating with slack is done with webhooks. In this sample I use a Incoming Webhook to post the messages from the application to slack. By adding a GlobalExceptionFilter to you .Net Core web application, you can get all exceptions that are not handled in your web application.
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Handling flushing of the application insights messages when asp.net core shutsdown
When running a ASP.NET Core web application there are cases when you need to do some logic when the application stops. A example: you are logging and have to flush the last message to the log (Application Insights). In that case you need can add an event in the
Configure method. In this post I show a short example of how to do this.
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