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If the WCF binding is using streaming, the body of the trace record will be recorded as "...".  This is true for the Oracle LOB Adapters.

For Example:

<E2ETraceEvent xmlns="">
 <System xmlns="">
  <SubType Name="Information">0</SubType>
  <TimeCreated SystemTime="2008-01-06T20:54:11.9969961Z" />
  <Source Name="System.ServiceModel.MessageLogging" />
  <Correlation ActivityID="{9bb37f9e-3e7c-43a1-9a5c-98e5baa327b0}" />
  <Execution ProcessName="w3wp" ProcessID="5588" ThreadID="17" />
    <MessageLogTraceRecord Time="2008-01-07T09:54:11.9969961+13:00" Source="ServiceLevelReceiveReply" Type="Microsoft.Adapters.AdapterUtilities.AdapterMessage" xmlns="">
     <s:Envelope xmlns:a="" xmlns:s="">
       <a:Action s:mustUnderstand="1">http://Microsoft.LobServices.OracleDB/2007/03/ADMIN/Package/Example/response</a:Action>
Posted on Wednesday, January 9, 2008 12:28 PM WCF , LOB Adapters | Back to top

Comments on this post: WCF Trace ServiceLevelReceiveReply body is ...

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Have you gotten the Microsoft WCF- and ODP.NET-based adapter's trace statements to be viewable in SvcTraceViewer.exe? How did you edit the BTSNTSvc.exe.config file?
Left by S P on Mar 18, 2008 9:24 AM

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Not via BizTalk. I was using the Oracle LOB adapter via a class library hosted in IIS.
Left by Chilberto on Mar 19, 2008 9:44 AM

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