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Microsoft Dynamics CRM – Enable Tracing

Required registry entries

Name Type Data value Notes
TraceEnabled DWORD A value of 0 or 1 If you use a value of 0, tracing is disabled. If you use a value of 1, tracing is enabled.
TraceDirectory String C:\CRMTrace The TraceDirectory registry entry specifies the directory for the trace log files. The directory must exist, and the user who starts the Microsoft CRMAppPool must have full control over this directory. When you install Microsoft CRM, the default user is NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE.Ā This entry is only required for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0. For later versions, the trace directory is set to the install location of the Microsoft Dynamics CRM program files, C:\Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics CRM\Trace
TraceRefresh DWORD A number between zero and 99 When the data is changed, the trace settings in the other trace registry entries are applied.

Optional registry entries

Name Type Data value Notes
TraceCategories String or Multi-String Category.Feature:TraceLevel The TraceCategories registry entry is a combination of a category, a feature, and a trace level. You can specify multiple categories, features, and trace levels. Separate each combination by using a semicolon. For a list of categories, features, and trace levels and for sample combinations that are valid, see the “Trace level values” section.
TraceCallStack DWORD A value of 0 or 1 If you use a value of 0, the call stack is not included in the trace file. If you use a value of 1, the call stack is included in the trace file.
TraceFileSizeLimit DWORD A size between 1 and 100 MB The TraceFileSizeLimit registry entry specifies the maximum size of trace files. New files are created when the limit is reached.

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