Logging From Framework Internals (Logging.On) - How To Turn On Logging

Jul 6, 2010

I'm debugging some unexpected behavior and while tracing in to the .NET framework I see a bunch of stuff like this:

if (Logging.On) {
Logging.PrintInfo(Logging.Web, this, SR.GetString(SR.net_log_n_certs_after_filtering, filteredCerts.Count));

But (as expected by default) the execution steps right over these. Is there some way to turn on the logging? Or is that just something that the framework developers can do while making special builds of the framework?

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