Comments on: Adding Application Logging (Blob) to a Azure Web App Service using PowerShell https://blog.hompus.nl/2017/05/29/adding-application-logging-blob-to-a-azure-web-app-service-using-powershell/ Because I like to share knowledge Sat, 11 May 2019 05:03:46 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.1.1 By: Smithd299 https://blog.hompus.nl/2017/05/29/adding-application-logging-blob-to-a-azure-web-app-service-using-powershell/#comment-1749 Thu, 09 May 2019 23:57:05 +0000 https://blog.hompus.nl/?p=1205#comment-1749 Very interesting topic , appreciate it for posting . The friendship that can cease has never been real. by Saint Jerome. ebbffdecbeacfebe

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By: Alexandre https://blog.hompus.nl/2017/05/29/adding-application-logging-blob-to-a-azure-web-app-service-using-powershell/#comment-836 Wed, 18 Oct 2017 15:07:13 +0000 https://blog.hompus.nl/?p=1205#comment-836 Hi,

Xavier is right, unable to set it. Still in Disabled (set but not enabled in other words)

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By: Xavier GADEFAIT https://blog.hompus.nl/2017/05/29/adding-application-logging-blob-to-a-azure-web-app-service-using-powershell/#comment-783 Mon, 18 Sep 2017 08:39:13 +0000 https://blog.hompus.nl/?p=1205#comment-783 Hello Michael,
unfortunately setting up these two variable in appsettings is not enough to get Diagnostic working andactive.

When you reach the configuration on Get-AzureWebsites, you still have the AzureBlobTraceEnabled set to False AzureBlobTraceLevel to default "Error" value.
I was not able to automate the set of these two parameters, Set-AzureWebsites does no longer enable this parameter.
Do you have any hint?
XAvier GADEFAIT

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