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EnableTrace Property

Summary

Indicates whether this DocumentConverter should output debug messages to the standard .NET trace listeners.

Syntax
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C++
public bool EnableTrace { get; set; } 
Public Property EnableTrace() As Boolean 
   Get 
   Set 
public:  
   property bool EnableTrace 
   { 
      bool get() 
      void set(bool value) 
   } 
public boolean getEnableTrace() 
public void setEnableTrace(boolean value) 

Property Value

true if this DocumentConverter should output debug messages to the standard .NET trace listeners; otherwise, false Default value is false.

Remarks

If the value of this property is set to true, then this DocumentConverter object will output debug messages with current status (page being loaded, converted, saved, etc.) and any errors that may occur to the default .NET trace listener.

For example, to enable tracing to the .NET console, use the following code:

// Trace to the console 
System.Diagnostics.Trace.Listeners.Add(new TextWriterTraceListener(Console.Out)); 
// Enable tracing in the document converter 
documentConverter.Diagnostics.EnableTrace = true; 
// Run the job 
documentConverter.Jobs.RunJob(job); 

When tracing is enabled, the engine will use the DocumentConverterJobData.JobName value when writing trace messages to help easily identity jobs.

For more information on .NET tracing and how to redirect the messages to a file, the system log or a database, refer to System.Diagnostics.Trace in MSDN.

Example

For an example, refer to DocumentConverterDiagnostics.

Requirements

Target Platforms

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