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trace file gets huge and hogs perfomance

Hi,

the latest SQLConnect version (1.1.1.111) creates a huge log file while running visual studio for a longer time. Each start creates around 1MB and it shortly gets to 50 MB and creates a new log file (log file available).
I can't seem to disable the trace just to disable the SQLConnect extension, which is not what I want.

Kind regards
Joscha

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    Joscha MetzeJoscha Metze shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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      • SeanSean commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Same here. 1.2GB of trace files in 2 days of not actually be able to use the product at all. Not good. "07:02:44.388|Trace |ackage.ObjectFactory|1 |#1:Attempting to get a <RedGate.SQLConnect.VsPackage.ToolWindow.DialogWindowController>" repeated over and over again - every time I try to open an object in VS2010 I get the same error message (exception has been thrown by the target of the invocation). Hopeless product

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