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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 UCMA Core Applications

Debugging an application that is built on top of the UCMA Core involves enabling tracing. This results in the logging of application failures and error conditions. To handle run-time exceptions successfully, you should use try/catch blocks around your UCMA code. The following sections discuss how to enable tracing and handle exceptions for UCMA, before presenting some debugging examples to illustrate how to catch and handle run-time exceptions within the framework of the UCMA exception model.

Enabling Tracing

To debug protocol-level failures for a UCMA application, you must enable protocol tracing before you run the application. You can enable protocol tracing by using the Office Communications Server 2007 R2 Logging ...

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