appsettings.json files and environment settings Written by Jonathan Danylko • Last Updated: August 21st, 2019 • Develop • Like | 0 In the last post, we discuss how configuration files are important in your ASP.NET projects and how they can help other teams in knowing what parameters to use in your application. In this final post, I discuss the different settings in an ASP.NET Core web application instead.
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Writing logs to different files using serilog in asp net core web
October 19 , 2020 |4 Comments
Writing Logs To Different Files Using Serilog In Asp Net Core Web
Application log files play an important role in analyzing the bugs and for troubleshooting issues in an application. It’s worth noting that the log files are also used for writing information about events and other information that occurs when the application is running or serving requests in the case of a web application. Most application developers use a single file to log everything from errors, warnings, debug information, etc. There is no harm in following this approach, but the downside is that it will be harder for you to segregate information from the file easily. We can easily overcome this by maintaining multiple log files depending on the need. In this post, I am going to show how we can achieve this with Serilog Serilog is a popular third party diagnostic logging library for .NET applications, I have already written some post about it and it’s usage already. If you are new to Serilog, please refer to those posts using the Code snippets in this post are based on .NET Core 5.0 Preview 5
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