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Tracing RuleEngine/RuleExecution?

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 16, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Windows Application
 
Hi, Is there any way to Trace all the information, inside the RuleEngine. Like to know, how the execution is taking place. Which rules is firing first, what is the result. Later which rule is firing, and their outcomes. etc.. which will be helpfull for me while creating rules, and debugging them. I have used: <system.diagnostics>     <switches>       <add name="System.Workflow.Activities.Rules" value="All"/>       <add name="System.Workflow LogToFile" value="1"/>     </switches>   </system.diagnostics> in my web.config file. But I didnt notice any log files in obj/debug directory. Thnks  


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