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LoggingContextLocalConfiguration Class

Stores the context-sensitive configuration, i.e. the configuration that is specific to the current execution context.
Inheritance Hierarchy

Namespace:  PostSharp.Patterns.Diagnostics
Assembly:  PostSharp.Patterns.Diagnostics (in PostSharp.Patterns.Diagnostics.dll) Version: (
public class LoggingContextLocalConfiguration

The LoggingContextLocalConfiguration type exposes the following members.

Protected methodLoggingContextLocalConfiguration
Initializes a new LoggingContextLocalConfiguration.
Public propertyIsEnabled
Determines whether logging is enabled for all contexts using this configuration. This is typically used to disable logging for the current transaction. If it is disabled, the default configuration is used.
Public propertyIsReadOnly
Determines whether the current LoggingContextLocalConfiguration is read-only. A LoggingContextLocalConfiguration is frozen when it's assigned to a caching backend.
Public propertyVerbosity
Gets the configuration of the minimal LogLevel that's still being logged for the current LoggingContextLocalConfiguration.
Public methodClone
Returns a shallow copy of the current instance, sharing the same value of the Verbosity property.
Protected methodFreeze
Prevents changes in the current instance. This method is called when the LoggingContextLocalConfiguration is passed to the WithContextLocalConfiguration(LoggingContextLocalConfiguration) method.

User code can switch from one LoggingContextLocalConfiguration to another for the current context using the WithContextLocalConfiguration(LoggingContextLocalConfiguration) method. The current instance is exposed by the CurrentContextLocalConfiguration property. The default instance is exposed by the DefaultContextLocalConfiguration.

Unlike LoggingVerbosityConfiguration, this class is lightweight and can be allocated at high frequency. However, it is recommended that only a few instances of the LoggingVerbosityConfiguration class are created.

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