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Wlog is an easy-to-install, intuitive and lightweight remote log serivice made in asp.net.
Wlog is a simple platform tha allow to log remotely from all kind of application, without any technological limitation.
You just need to configure your application (desktop or web) to log into wlog server, Nlog integration is provided. Since that all log will be sent to wlog server and displayed in a web application.
How it work
How to install server
Because wlog is a simple web site installation is easy, database independent. Please see documentation to discover
how to install
How to integrate in your application
Nowadays it's easy to inegrate a new output for your log. I hope most of application will yest employ logging framework as log4net or Nlog, so in these cases you just need to implement a new "output" ( they are calledapppenders
for Nlog..) and without edit any line of code all your log will be routed to our platform.
Do you think it is to much complicate?
just download our library that integrate with Nlog, so you'll need only to edit few settings in configuration. See
Integrate wlog in your application using Nlog
You do not use a log framework?
Easy, start to use it; even if you won't to employ wlog tecnology.
Your project are not written in .net?
No problems, our client library integrate throug a simple api call, so you just need to make a REST call to store log or extend your current log library. See
Integrate wlog in your application with custom access
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