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    web.configfile

    trace enabled="true"/> What is the result of including the line above in the web.config file?
    Network-level tracing is enabled.
    Application-level tracing is enabled.
    Page-level tracing is enabled.
    Server-level tracing is enabled.
    Domain-level tracing is enabled


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    Re: web.configfile

    Application-level tracing is enabled.

    Regards,
    Hari prasad


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    Re: web.configfile

    Page-level tracing is enabled ... for all pages


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    Re: web.configfile

    ASP.NET supports 2 types of tracing: a)Application Level b) Page level
    a)If it is set(i;e trace enabled=true),the trace details will be displayed for all the webforms present with in the website.
    b)It is used to enable or disable the trace information for any specific webform present with in the website.

    NOTE: Whenever Appl Level & Page Level tracing has been defined,then the preference is given for Page Level Tracing.


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    Re: web.configfile

    That's for application level tracing


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