Something that I don’t always remember – you can use the SPMonitoredScope class to monitor your SharePoint code as it executes. The results then get sent to the Developer Dashboard and ULS logs. There’s a decent description of it on MSDN.
using (new SPMonitoredScope("My Monitored Scope"))
// Do Stuff...
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I’ve been looking at how to use the SPCriticalTraceCounter class for outputting messages in the Developer Dashboard. I came across a good post about how to do this by Frode Aarebrot, but it left me puzzled – what was the traceLevel integer about? Why wasn’t it an enumeration – like the Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.TraceSeverity enum? Why those magic values? What happened if I used a wrong value?
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