This is a little interesting and I was wondering if anybody could shed some light here.
I am using a windows app in C# and I have it using Log4Net and VS 2013.
In the code if I have like:
TestLogger.Debug("This is a test start");
It works fine and creates the .txt file that I specified in the location I specific in the logger.config file.
My machine is a Windows 7 Enterprise.
However, when I take the exact same code and deploy it to a Windows Server 2012 location and change the logger.config file to a location that I can access (confirmed in a cmd window). It then does not go anything nor report anything nor is the file created. It's as if Log4Net never existed. There is no information in the EventLogs either.
Does anybody have any quality information that help allow this to be done?