.NET Agent Installation: Enable Classic IIS App Pools

When Stackify Retrace or Prefix is installed, StackifyHttpModule is registered in IIS. If you are using “classic” application pools, they will not automatically use Stackify’s module. To fix this you can either add the module to your application’s web.config and redeploy your app, or modify the master web.config on your server or PC to reference the module. Note: Some APM features …

Prefix: Advanced settings for ASP.NET

The follow settings can be set for an ASP.NET web application to change the behavior of how the StackifyHttpModule and Prefix works. Change reporting Url for a request You can use the StackifyLib nuget package to customize the request name (Url or action) for any request. StackifyLib.ProfileTracer.SetReportingUrl(“Custom.Reporting.Url”); App info settings These settings can be set in your web.config appSettings. Specify …

Prefix: Uninstall or Disable

How to Disable Prefix: To disable the Profiler, use the Prefix UI and select “Disable profiler” How to Remove Prefix: To remove the StackifyHttpModule from IIS or IIS Express, please execute these commands below. Remove from IIS config: %windir%system32inetsrvappcmd.exe delete module “StackifyHttpModule_Net40” %windir%system32inetsrvappcmd.exe delete module “StackifyHttpModule_Net20” Remove from global IIS Express config: %programfiles(x86)%IIS Expressappcmd.exe delete module “StackifyHttpModule_Net40” %programfiles(x86)%IIS Expressappcmd.exe delete …

Errors and Logs: Configure log4net

You can get started logging with log4net with minimal changes to your project. You essentially just add a few DLLs to your project and then add some configuration details to your .config file specifying an additional (or replacement) log appender.  The appender is available via Nuget in Visual Studio and additional documentation can be found on our Github page. Getting …

Errors and Logs: Configure NLog

You can get started logging with the NLog appender with minimal changes to your project. You essentially just add a few DLLs to your project and then add some configuration details to your .config file specifying an additional (or replacement) log appender. The appender is available via Nuget in Visual Studio and additional documentation can be found on our Github …