Assembly: PostSharp.Patterns.Diagnostics (in PostSharp.Patterns.Diagnostics.dll) Version: 22.214.171.124 (126.96.36.199)
public class LoggingProfile
Thetype exposes the following members.
Initializes a new instance of theclass
Determines whether logging can be dynamically enabled or disabled after initialization. The default value of this property is true. When it is set to false, PostSharp generates code that allows the JIT compiler to completely remove logging instructions for types that are not enabled.
Gets the LoggingBackend associated with the current profile.
Gets or sets the options for "normal" records, e.g. method entry, method success, or value change.
Gets or sets a human-readable description for the current profile. The description is only used when representing the profile in PostSharp Tools for Visual Studio.
Gets or sets the set of record kinds that are enabled for the given profile. Change it with care. Not all combinations are tested.
Gets or sets the options for "exception" records, e.g. method exceptions or slow executions.
Gets or sets the warning threshold, in milliseconds. If the execution of a method takes longer than that, its success is logged with Warning, and the time it took is logged. If the value is 0, this feature is disabled.
Determines whether the operand of the await operator should be included in the log.
Indicates that the execution time of a method should be tracked and logged on exit.
Determines whether source-line information should be included in the log.
Gets or sets the name of the current profile. The name of the profile should match the constructor argument of the LogAttribute aspect.
Gets or sets the role of the current profile. Profiles of different roles can have different run-time options, including different back-ends. See Roles to access role-based run-time options.
Prevents changes in the current object.
Gets the implementation of a specified interface for the specified object.(Defined by QueryInterfaceExtensions.)
Logging profiles can then be referred to from the LogAttribute. There are two system-defined logging profiles, Default (the default profile for LogAttribute), Exceptions (default for LogExceptionAttribute), and Audit (default for AuditAttribute).