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Old January 21st, 2008, 08:22 PM
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Hi all,

I enjoyed Marco's clear and concise explanation of health monitoring in the book. Definitely informative and well-written.

What I found a bit odd, however, is that he never develops any kind of UI to consume and present the data, or notify the webmaster of critical events. I thought this would have been something worth going into for the Admin section. Generating and logging events is one thing; but they are little use if you can't easily see them.

Does anyone know of a good tutorial on developing a UI for interpreting/displaying the data contained in aspnet_WebEvent_Events?

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Lee,

I did a quick version of a basic UI here from the site generator. You'll have a bit of work to do on it, but should get you started. You can download the zip here:

http://www.jamestollan.com/downloads/web_events.zip

[edit] - notice that this little app includes the full functionality to insert/delete the web_events. obviously, your real app wouldn't want to allow this, but it's there for academic purposes. you'd probably only really be interested in the GetWebEvent_Events method in the BLL (also notice that the DAL/Config/WebEventsConfig.cs has the enableCaching default set to false. this is because you'd always want to select the data directly everytime as the insert method is seperate from your app ).

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