Options of the closing methods of the LogActivity<TActivityDescription> type.
Enumerates the different strategies to generate the value of the Id strategy.
Options for custom logging records. Exposed on the CustomRecordLoggingOptions property.
An implementation of the ILoggingExceptionHandler that attempts to log exceptions to the Meta logging role, then disables the backlog in case of internal exception (but not in case of invalid user code). Not to be confused with ILoggerExceptionHandler.
Creates messages based on a human-readable formatted string. These messages are suitable for structured logging are not optimal for machine analysis.
For more succinct code, consider including the
using static PostSharp.Patterns.Diagnostics.FormattedMessageBuilder statement.
Represents a logged custom activity, i.e. something that a beginning and an end with a specific outcome. This class is instantiated by the legacy API of the Logger class. For the modern API, see LogActivity<TActivityDescription>.
Represents a logged custom activity, i.e. something that has a beginning and an end with a specific outcome. This class is instantiated by the new API of the LogSource class.
Kinds of LogActivity.
Options of a new LogActivity.
Custom attribute that, when applied on a method, causes PostSharp to implement tracing before and after execution of this method.
Base class for all method-level logging aspects.
Custom attribute that, when applied on a method, causes PostSharp to implement tracing upon exception in this method.
Allows to emit custom log records and define custom activities. This class is obsolete. Use LogSource for new developments.
Extension methods for the ILoggerFactory interface.
Base class for all logging back-ends (sometimes names sinks, targets, listeners) of the PostSharp logging system.
Options for the LoggingBackend class.
Root element of the XML configuration (
postsharp.config) for the Logging component.
Configures a LoggingBackend from an XML file.
Stores the context-sensitive configuration, i.e. the configuration that is specific to the current execution context.
Represents a scope started with the WithContextLocalConfiguration(LoggingContextLocalConfiguration) method.
Dispose the scope to close it. It is recommended to use the
Exception thrown when an operation assumes a different current LoggingContext.
Arguments of the OnInternalException(LoggingExceptionInfo) method.
Allows to enable or disable logging for a whole namespace.
Represents the build-time options for logging records. This class is exposed by DefaultOptions and ExceptionOptions. The values of this class cannot be changed at run-time because they influence the way PostSharp instruments the code.
Logging profiles are named configurations of logging aspects and influence the way PostSharp generates the
code instrumentation. They are typically instantiated in
Collection of instances of the LoggingProfile class.
Provides access to logging profiles (LoggingProfile) at run-time. Exposed by the Profiles property. Note that each assembly of the AppDomain contains its own copy of each LoggingProfile used in this assembly, and each copy may be different, even if they have the same name.
Represents a property (a name, a value and a few options).
List of standard logging roles.
The entry point to configure
PostSharp.Patterns.Diagnostics logging at run-time.
Provides access to formatters. This class is exposed on the LoggingServices.Formatters property.
Stores the state of a LoggingAbstractSource for the current execution context.
Allows to enable or disable logging for a specific type and exposes some information regarding the verbosity for this type. Note that a type here does not need to map to a .NET type. It can be an arbitrary dot-separated string.
Manages the configuration of the minimal LogLevel for individual types and namespaces. This class is exposed by the Verbosity property. To create a new instance of this class, call CreateVerbosityConfiguration().
Specifies the severity of a logged message.
Kinds of log entry.
Extensions to the LogRecordKind enum.
Allow to write log messages and trace the execution of activities. This class is optimized for use with C# 7.2 or later. For previous compiler versions, consider using the legacy PostSharp.Patterns.Diagnostics.LogSource.Logger class.
Custom attribute that, when applied on a field or property, causes PostSharp to implement tracing when its value changes.
Indicates that the value of this parameter should not be logged.
Argument of the OpenActivity<T>(in T, in OpenActivityOptions) method.
Creates semantic messages composed of a message name and a list of properties given as name-value pairs. These messages are ideal for machine analysis.
For more succinct code, consider including the
using static PostSharp.Patterns.Diagnostics.MessageBuilder statement.
Options for the Exception method.
Exposes the public API of the generic value type LogActivity<TActivityDescription>.
Base interface for all method-level logging aspects.
Defines methods called in case of exception in the logging component.
Base interface for all location-level logging aspects.