After you create the installer class, you need to reference the custom trace listener in your project, so that you can use it in your site.
NOTE: You need a Raygun API key to run this sample. To acquire a Raygun API key, register in Raugun.io and create a new application on your Raygun.io dashboard.
To enable the custom error trace listener:
NOTE: You can check the Raygun GitHub readme file for additional information about how to configure your application's web.config file.
As a result, your Sitefinity CMS application errors are logged to the Raygun.io dashboard.
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