Is there a way to log which events are occurring at runtime? I have set up
some App.LogEvent calls but I wondered if there is a way to trace each event
without having to out a LogEvent call into each.
I have a problem that is only occuring when I run the .exe file and doesnt
occur if I run the application from VB.
Any help would be greatfully appreciated.
Re: Logging events
"Peter Smith" <psmith@nospam_armature.com> wrote:
>Is there a way to log which events are occurring at runtime? I have set
>some App.LogEvent calls but I wondered if there is a way to trace each event
>without having to out a LogEvent call into each.
>I have a problem that is only occuring when I run the .exe file and doesnt
>occur if I run the application from VB.
>Any help would be greatfully appreciated.
my response might be totally worthless to you, but I'll take the chance.
If you want to test an activeX control ( but only that ) upu can use the
Active Control Test COntainer application that comes with Visual Studio.
You can insert an new instance of your control in it. It has the ability
to log all events.
If you really want more than that, there is a fantastic suite from Numega
(and no, I don't work for them) called SmartCheck that gives you a whole
lot of information about your application at runtime (including events).
The tool is part of Numega DevPartner Studio and you can find information
about it at :
(I think you can download a fully functional trial version which expires
after 30 days or so) Check it out.
Hope this helps,
Van den Driessche Willy.
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