Errors and Logs: Configure .NET Core

Step 1: Add StackifyLib nuget package and basic configuration No matter which logging framework you are using, you need to add StackifyLib and add the Stackify.ApiKey to your config file. Set Stackify Configuration settings Because .NET core allows a wide variety of configuration options, how you configure the key could vary wildly. This is just one example of how to …

Errors and Logs: Configure Stackify API for .NET

You can log messages directly via the Stackify API without the use of a logging framework.  You can get more information at the Stackify Github page. Please note that we recommend using NLog, Serilog, or log4net. Those frameworks allow you to send your logs to multiple different outputs. If you decide to not use Stackify products in the future, your …

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 …

Errors and Logs: Configure Elmah

You can get started logging your Errors using an Elmah 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) appender. Getting Started Using NuGet If you’re using NuGet from Visual Studio, you can find and integrate the …

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 …