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If you need Logging in your application and Log4Net is not an option (for whatever reason), then the "Logging Application Block" that is part of the Microsoft Enterprise Library may be a good choice. I will look at Enterprise Library Version 4.1 - October 2008, which is available for download here, because is supports Windows Server 2003. If you are ......

So if you use Log4Net to log into a database (i.e. using the AdoNetAppender), how can you conveniently get an overview of what has happend ? Well, you could try the following Query ( T-SQL ): SELECT convert(varchar(10),LogDB.D... as Datum, LogDB.Level, LogDB.Logger,COUNT(LogDB.Lo... as Counter From Log4Net.dbo.Log as LogDB where Level <> ......

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