Over the past few weeks, I’ve been searching for tools to display trace output for WSE 2.0. Many tools available today seem to be too expensive, over engineered, complex to install or don’t offer the features I want. My criteria for the perfect trace tool has to be:
WSE 2.0 itself has the ability to record both input and output to trace files, yet working with plain text files can be frustrating. I wanted to see if there is anything I could do to help better display this output. In true “geek style”, I created my own:
WseTrace is a utility that graphically displays the trace files automatically generated by WSE 2.0. It’s a small, self contained .exe, and can be run from Windows Explorer as well as the command line. The tool offers the following:
You can download my latest version of the tool (1.0.1692.22729) here.
Comments, thoughts and ideas welcome.