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Programming for Unified Communications with Microsoft® Office Communications Server 2007 R2 by Micosoft Office Communications Server Team, Oscar Newkerk, Chris Mayo, Vishwa Ranjan, Kurt De Ding, Rui Maximo

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Debugging Office Communicator Automation API Applications

Debugging Office Communicator Automation API applications also involves enabling tracing and examining logs. This section explains how to perform each task and then shows you some examples of debugging or troubleshooting an Office Communications Automation API application.

Enabling Tracing

An Office Communicator Automation API application can use Office Communicator to turn tracing on or off. Tracing can be logged to the Windows Event Log or a log file that uses plain text. To enable tracing to log files, the Windows Event Log, or both, perform these steps in Office Communicator:

  1. In Office Communicator, click the presence-setting button, and then click Options, as shown here.

  2. Under Logging, ...

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