32 packages returned for Tags:"SLAB"

The Semantic Logging Application Block provides a set of destinations (sinks) to persist application events published using a subclass of the EventSource class from the System.Diagnostics.Tracing namespace. Sinks include Azure table storage, SQL Server databases, file, console and rolling files with... More information
The Semantic Logging Application Block provides a set of destinations to persist events published by a subclass of EventSource, This add-on packages adds support to persisting log entries in Azure table storage.
The Semantic Logging Application Block provides a set of destinations to persist events published by a subclass of EventSource, This add-on packages adds support to persisting log entries in SQL Server and Azure SQL Database.
Generate C# ETW EventSource classes from JSON event specifications using T4 templates. For more information and usage instructions visit the project's home page: https://github.com/ohadschn/ET4W.
The Semantic Logging Application Block provides a set of destinations (sinks) to persist application events published using a subclass of the EventSource class from the System.Diagnostics.Tracing namespace. Sinks include Azure table storage, SQL Server databases, file, console and rolling files with... More information
The Semantic Logging Application Block provides a set of destinations to persist events published by a subclass of EventSource, This add-on packages adds support to persisting log entries into rolling text files and simple text files. This library contains a class library that targets .Net Core 2.0... More information
SemanticLogging.Database.Xml is a sink for the Semantic Logging Application Block that exposes Event Source events to an Sql Server database. The default database sink uses a Json document to store the payload data whereas this sink uses an xml document to store the payload data.
The Semantic Logging Application Block provides a set of destinations to persist events published by a subclass of EventSource, This add-on packages adds support to persisting log entries into Elasticsearch.