Save IntelliTrace Log from IntelliTrace Window

Visual Studio 2010 SP1 beta allows you to save IntelliTrace information from IntelliTrace Window. During debugging you may found, the current debugging information is important for you and it’s needs to be save and you don’t want restart the debug session. For this type of situation now you can save log information from IntelliTrace window itself. From Visual Studio 2010 SP 1 Beta onwards, IntelliTrace Window having “Save the current IntelliTrace session” button, which will allow you to save the IntelliTrace debug data at any point of time during that particular debugging session.


Clicking on “Save the current IntelliTrace session” will open the “Save As Dialog Box” where you can provide the .iTrace log file name and then click “Save” to save the log file. Now at any point of time you can open the same log file as IntelliTrace Summary.

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