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7/30/2014 8:48 AM
 

Hey Community,

 I developed a module for DNN 7.x  which writes with help of a dnn webservice (stored in folder dnnroot\bin) data into a database. This module works - so far - fine.

Now I like to trace/log every request which arrives the webservice with help of HTTP Message Handlers. I tried a lot of different opportunities to add a new handler, but without success. Because i am not sure how to do it. The tutorial explains to extend the method register, but this method doesnt exist. I think i can use RegiserRoutes as well?!

 At the moment my idea is the following code in the RouterMapper.cs // The class LoggingHandler() is existing.

using System;
using System.Web.Http;
using DotNetNuke.Web.Api;

namespace Lifbi.Services.Password {
  public class RouteMapper : IServiceRouteMapper {

    public void RegisterRoutes(IMapRoute mapRouteManager) {

        GlobalConfiguration.Configuration.MessageHandlers.Add(new LoggingHandler());
        mapRouteManager.MapHttpRoute("modulename", "default", "{controller}/{action}", new[] { "namespace" });
    }
  }

}

The problem is: the name "GlobalConfiguration" is in the acutal context not available.

Maybe someone can help me, please. Thanks.

 
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8/4/2014 5:10 AM
 
Nobody an idea how to work with this topic in DNN?

Anyway, I found a way to add an additional handler:

HttpConfiguration config = new System.Web.Http.HttpConfiguration();
config.MessageHandlers.Add(new LoggingHandler());

But it seems that the created handler is not in the handler pipeline. Is DNN using an own pipeline or configuration? Where can i find it?

I know that DNN extends a lot of implemented .NET features and because of this reason a solution for my problem must be possible?!

Thank you very much.
 
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8/4/2014 7:56 PM
 
sorry, don't have time right now to create demo code, but couple of quick notes- yes, we do have our own implementation which wraps the WebAPI version and makes it aware of various DNN extensions (such as portals, portalaliaes etc.),If you take a look at the source (or online at https://github.com/dnnsoftware/Dnn.Pl... ) you can see the code - in particular look at https://github.com/dnnsoftware/Dnn.Pl... where you can see us setting us some GlobalConfiguration

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