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Posted on 2004-11-04
Last Modified: 2010-04-07
hi ..i m new in programming. i need to log all  the http requests as well as all the responses i get from the server. what could be the possible ways to achieve this funcationality?
should i use any API available on net or need to write my own code for it?
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    Use IIS logging and log to a text file or you can do it programatically to log to some other destination storage like Windows EventLog, database, file, isolation storage, etc.

    One article on create, read, write and delete event logs using VB.NET

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