Re: How to send trace messages to VS output panel from a native windows service

Victor Bazarov <v.bazarov@comcast.invalid>
Wed, 24 Aug 2011 07:56:11 -0400
On 8/24/2011 6:28 AM, Udi Ben Senior wrote:

I have a managed windows service that uses a native C++ dll.
I'm launching the VS (2010) debugger using Debugger.Launch() and i'm
able to attach to the service and debug the unmanaged code as well.

Debugger, IDE, other tools are, unfortunately for you, *off-topic* here
in a *language* newsgroup.

When i'm outputting trace messages from the managed code
(System.Diagnostics.Trace) they are displayed in the output window
just fine,
however i couldn't find any way to do the same from the unmanaged
I tried:

none of them worked, the messaged were not displayed in the debugger's
output window.

Your question has nothing to do with the C++ language, the subject of
this newsgroup.

Anyone knows this can be done?

Yes, someone in a Microsoft debugger/IDE forum would. Look on their web
site for "developer tools" (you can start by visiting this page:

Good luck!

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