|VisitProperties(Action<String, Object>, LoggingPropertyVisitorOptions)|
Invokes a delegate each property on the current log record. This offers a simple way to visit properties, but it has a performance overhead compared to VisitProperties<TState>(ILoggingPropertyVisitor<TState>, TState, LoggingPropertyVisitorOptions) because it is weakly typed and cause the allocation of a closure class to build the action. It also does not expose the LoggingPropertyOptions.
|VisitProperties<TState>(ILoggingPropertyVisitor<TState>, TState, LoggingPropertyVisitorOptions)|
Invokes the Visit<TValue>(String, TValue, LoggingPropertyOptions, TState) method of an interface implementation for each property on the current record, but not in the context stack.