1.0.0.90 Production SP1 (VS 2008)

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Release Notes

Visual Studio 2008 version of build 1.0.0.90 Production SP1.

This is the first production-ready release of the C# Distilled Diagnostics framework and associated database. Based upon the ASP.NET provider model, it allows the determination of where exceptions and log events should be persisted to be made during deployment.

Within this release you'll find default exception and logging providers for SQL Server 2005 (and SQL Server 2008) and these providers allow extensive diagnostic information to be collected for exceptions and log entries. Details regarding this diagnostic information can be found within the release documentation, although the information includes details about the AppDomain, Assembly, Thread, and Process associated with the exception / log entry.

Included in build 1.0.0.90 is a fix to a defect that prevented exceptions from being logged on operating systems prior to Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008, the defect was caused by the fact that the NumberOfCores property is not present within the Win32_Processor class of these earlier operating systems. This release, however, has been tested on Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, and Windows Server 2008 RC1.

In Visual Studio 2008 the static code analysis rules database was expanded and therefore for the Visual Studio 2008 based release contains several rules suppressions that will be resolved in the next release. It was determined that this would be appropriate given that the code within the VS 2008 and VS 2005 branches should be identical aside from project file format changes etc.

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