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Configure the Data to Collect with the IntelliTrace Diagnostic Data Adapter

Using Microsoft Test Manager or Visual Studio, you can configure the diagnostic data adapter for IntelliTrace to collect specific diagnostic trace information. Tests can use this adapter, the test can collect significant diagnostic events for the application that a developer can use later to trace through the code to find the cause of a bug. The diagnostic data adapter for IntelliTrace can be used for either manual or automated tests.


Before you perform the steps in this procedure, you must open your test settings from either Microsoft Test Manager or Visual Studio and select the Data and Diagnostics page.


To configure the data to collect with the IntelliTrace Diagnostic Data Adapter

  1. Select the role to use to collect IntelliTrace data.

  2. Select IntelliTrace.

  3. If you are adding IntelliTrace for a Web client role or for an ASP.NET Web application, you must also select ASP.NET Client Proxy for IntelliTrace and Test Impact. This proxy enables you to collect information about the http calls from a client to a Web server for the IntelliTrace and Test Impact diagnostic data adapters.

  4. Choose Configure for IntelliTrace to modify default IntelliTrace settings. The dialog box to configure the data that will be collected is displayed.

  5. Choose the General tab. Select IntelliTrace events only to record significant diagnostic events that have minimal impact on performance when you test. -or- Select IntelliTrace events and call information to record diagnostic events and method level tracing that shows call information. This level of tracing might have performance impact when you run your tests.

  6. To collect data from your ASP.NET application that is running on Internet Information Services, select Collect data from ASP.NET applications that are running on Internet Information Services. Set up and configure your test agent on the Web server role. See Installing and Configuring Test Agents and Test Controllers.

  7. Choose the Modules tab. Select either Collect data from all modules except for the following and use Add to add to the list of modules and Remove to remove a module. This option lets you include all the modules that are running on the system except the modules that you specify. -or- Select Collect data from only the following modules and use Add to add to the list of modules and Remove to remove a module. This option lets you specify exactly which modules you want.

  8. Choose the Processes tab. Select Collect data from all processes except for the following and use Add to add to the list of processes and Remove to remove a process. This option lets you include all the processes that are running on the system except the processes that you specify. -or- Select Collect data from specified processes only and use Add to add to the list of processes and Remove to remove a process. This option lets you specify exactly which processes you want.

  9. (Optional) Choose the IntelliTrace Events tab. Select or clear each IntelliTrace event category that you want to include or exclude when you collect diagnostic events.

  10. (Optional) Expand each IntelliTrace event category and select or clear each specific event that you want to include or exclude in the IntelliTrace events.

  11. (Optional) Choose the Advanced tab. Next, choose the arrow next to Maximum amount of disk space for recording and select the maximum size that you want to enable for the IntelliTrace file to use.

  12. If you are using Microsoft Test Manager, choose Save. If you are using Visual Studio, choose OK. The IntelliTrace settings are now configured and saved for your test settings.

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