ASP.NET StreamWriter error


G

GTi

I have created a simple logger for my ASP.NET 2.0 application.
I have this static function.
My problem is that no data is created in the test.log file.
I have added ASPNET user account administrator rights.
What am I missing here?

namespace MyNameSpace
{
public class LOG
{
public LOG()
{
}
public static void Log(string text)
{
try
{
using(StreamWriter sw = new StreamWriter("C:\\test.log"))
{
sw.Write(System.DateTime.Now.ToFileTime());
sw.Write("\t");
sw.Write(text);
sw.Write("\n");
}
}
catch { }
}
}
}
 
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C

Chris Springer

Post your usage of this class in your program.

Chris

--
Securing your systems is much like fighting off disease -- as long as you
maintain basic hygiene, you're likely to be okay, but you'll never be
invulnerable.

Steve Shah - Unix Systems Network Administrator
 
J

Jon Skeet [C# MVP]

GTi said:
I have created a simple logger for my ASP.NET 2.0 application.
I have this static function.
My problem is that no data is created in the test.log file.
I have added ASPNET user account administrator rights.
What am I missing here?

Well, I suggest you use ASP.NET's normal logging features to log any
exceptions, instead of catching and then ignoring them. Going through
it with a debugger would help you, too.
 
G

Guest

public static void Log(string text)
{
try
{
using (StreamWriter sw = new StreamWriter("C:\\test.log"))
{
sw.Write(System.DateTime.Now.ToFileTime());
sw.Write("\t");
sw.Write(text);
sw.Write("\n");
sw.Flush();
sw.Close();
}
}
catch
{
// don't swallow exceptions!
}
}

--Peter
 
G

GTi

I'm building a library to use on ASP.NET, windows forms and windows NT
services.
So I need to build generic functions.
And I solved my problem. I needed to reboot the computer before it
worked.
I did't see any processes from user ASPNET active so I don't know why I
must reboot the computer.
 
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Willy Denoyette [MVP]

GTi said:
I'm building a library to use on ASP.NET, windows forms and windows NT
services.
So I need to build generic functions.
And I solved my problem. I needed to reboot the computer before it
worked.
I did't see any processes from user ASPNET active so I don't know why I
must reboot the computer.

As you did change the ASPNET user rights, you should have restarted IIS for
the worker process to pick up the new access token.

Willy.
 

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