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I have installed the windows application in my laptop. Is there any way I can trace my application during run time ?  If it is possible. What are the  things I have to do before deploying the application ?
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you want your application to log traces so you can debug it? check http://emoreau.com/Entries/Articles/2003/11/Code-diagnostic-an-article-on-tracing-and-debugging.aspx
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