How to handle critical errors which adversely affect messaging in an endpoint.
Using Azure Cloud Services to host NServiceBus.
Setting up logging in Azure Cloud Services.
Avoid writing repeat configuration code, host the endpoints in a Windows Service, and change technologies without code.
Create custom NServiceBus host profiles and customize default NServiceBus host profiles.
Profiles ease the configuration process. There are three profiles out of the box: Lite, Integration, and Production.
Logging to Event Tracing for Windows (ETW).
How to output message contents to the log.
Logging to Microsoft.Extensions.Logging.
Logging to NLog.
Logging to Serilog.
Illustrates using the community-maintained project Anotar to simplify logging.
Using CommonLogging logging capability of NServiceBus.
Illustrates a custom implementation of a logging factory.
The default logging capability of NServiceBus.
Illustrates writing log entries to event tracing for Windows (ETW).
Customize logging when running inside the NServiceBus host.
Configure logging using the profile functionality of the NServiceBus host.
Customizing Log4Net by passing in a custom Appender.
Customizing Microsoft Logging usage by configuring providers and log levels.
Customizing NLog usage by configuring NLog targets and rules.
Customizing Serilog usage by configuring Serilog targets and rules.
Customizing Serilog usage to log to Seq.
Shows how to minimize the stack trace written to the Error queue and the log output.
How logging works and how to access the log files.