came up with the following error when i tried to run my asp.net application.The error is : Unable to Attach.The Binding Handle is invalid.Do you wish to continue?If i click Yes, application is running but could not able to debug.Then I referred to microsoft blogs and tried the following solution control Panel-->Administrative tools-->Services-->Terminal ServicesI changed startup type to "Manual" ,restarted my machine.But it's not working for me.Even i tried by also reinstalling .net2.0, then also it's not working..It will be difficult to go thro' the code if debug fails..
I came up with the following error when i tried to run my asp.net application.
The error is : Unable to Attach.The Binding Handle is invalid.Do you wish to continue?
If i click Yes, application is running but could not able to debug.
Then I referred to microsoft blogs and tried the following solution control Panel-->Administrative tools-->Services-->Terminal ServicesI changed startup type to "Manual" ,restarted my machine.But it's not working for me.
I can't seem to figure out how to set a breakpoint in a Razor view. I understand why that might seem a little weird and may be difficult since a cshtml file is a combination of html and then c# code, but I can step into it. The ability to step into it makes it seem like I should be able to set a breakpoint. Am I missing how to do this or is this not possible in the RC? If not any plans to add this before RTM or in the future?
I've defined a route in Application_Start, as so many tutorials have instructed
RouteTable.Routes.Add( "Files", new Route("Files/Art", new FileRouteHandler()));
And created my own RouteHandler. However this doesn't seem to work at all.When I debug the application, I can see (via a break point) that the route gets added, however when I browse to "http://localhost/MyApplication/Files/Art" I get a browser 404 (not an ASP.net 404).
I have an puzzling problem. I have a new ASP.NET web application in VS2005 that runs fairly well, but I am having a problem and would like to set a break point to see what is going on. I have compiled the project in Debug mode. I have debug=true set in the web.config. But it appears that the IDE is not attaching to the process at all. Have I overlooked something? I am using the development server and not IIS. This has never been a problem in the past, but is this time.
My client gave me this web solution, in it various projects, and the problematic project (for me) is the Web Site.
I've copied the code to test web server (2008) and installed VS 2008 so I could step through the code on the server due to some weirdness.
Anyhow, when I open the solution locally on my personal computer, it runs on Cassini [URL] because I'm not on a server OS. However, when I run the app on the web server, when I hit F5, it runs oh [URL].
When I'm running the code on the server, how do I point the web site to use Cassini?
I am using a web method to submit my form data , having Oracle DataBase. And in my local development machine every thing is fine.I am successfully able to submit my form data asynchronously through a web method. But the same project when deployed to test server then while submiting form date there an error occurs as stated above. One field in the table is of DataTime type, and i am inserting server's date into that field, all other fields are of type varchar2 or int. I googled about that but it seems that no one has got such error.
suddenly, with my Visual Studio 2008 I can no longer debugging my web applications (ASP.NET 3.5). I obtain this error: Unable to start debugging on the web server. Click Help for more information. Auto-attach to process  w3wp.exe' on machine 'DELL' failed. The weird thing is that I haven't done special changes to my IIS.
installing visual studio 2010 pro RC in windows Xp SP3 and getting a message prompt : invalid windows installer package contact vendorlog file says
[02/22/10,17:09:07] Microsoft Application Error Reporting:  CMsiComponent::Install() expects the setup file for Microsoft Application Error Reporting, but the file failed verification. [02/22/10,17:09:07] setup.exe:  ISetupComponent::Pre/Post/Install() failed in ISetupManager::InternalInstallManager() with HRESULT -2147467259. [02/22/10,17:09:08] VS70pgui:  DepCheck indicates Microsoft Application Error Reporting is not installed.
Suppose I have a class library cl1 and a unit test for it that is called clt1. I can use Visual Studio's Attach to Process feature to attach to NUnit runner. This lets me debug cl1, for example set break points. It's a very helpful feature for debugging.I'm in a need of this technique in Visual Studio and IE/FF. Suppose I have a web application that utilizes cl1. This application is running via ASP.NET Web Development Server or IIS. I want to debug (set break points) in cl1. How can I do this? Please notice that it's not possible through Visual Studio itself. Because something in markup is calling cl1 classes and I can't set a break point in ASP.NET markup. I'm running Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate.
I was debugging and noticed the following in VS 2008. I had a breakpoint set to see what the values were for the objects used with my parameters in my DAL. I hovered over the object in question and the little window came up with the name of the object(with the blue brick to the left of it), a vertical line, and the objects value to the right of it. This is what I expected to happen.
What I didn't expect is the that I was able to change the value of the object in the little window. I then tried to continue the execution with the new value that I inserted but wasn't able to get the new value to remain. I suspect maybe I didn't do something right.
Is there a way to get the new inserted value(in the little window in break mode) to be used? It seems like there is or I shouldn't have been able to change it..