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12/29/2010

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great. definetely i'm going to read your other posts...thank you.

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Andy Crsos

There is a workaround to make this work with SDK 1.3 one more time! It can be found here: http://blog.bareweb.eu/2011/03/workaround-wcf-trace-logging-in-windows-azure-sdk-1-3/

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Christian Weyer

Thanks!

Or this ;)
http://weblogs.thinktecture.com/cweyer/2011/01/fixing-windows-azure-sdk-13-full-iis-diagnostics-and-tracing-bug-with-a-startup-task-a-grain-of-salt.html

BTW: the blog post you refer to refers to another one which in turn is based on my blog post mentioned here - phew...

But I am sure there will be an Azure SDK update very soon fixing all of this.

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