AJAX :: Unable To Debug / Debug EditPanel.debug.js File Of HTML Editor?
Apr 13, 2010
I want to debug EditPanel.debug.js file of HTML Editor, but it never shows in VS 08 and Im sure it executes to that line.What I did to enable debuggingUnchecked both 2 checkboxes for disabling the debugging
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Debug-Start Debugging/Debug-StartWithoutDebugging OR Project ASP.Net Configuration launches Dreamweaver. It started lastnight, I had both Deamweaver and VWD 2008 express open at the same time - (I was looking at JQuery in the Microsoft and Dreamweaver enviroments simultaniously). After the first tie this happened, I closed down Dreamweaver (CS3) and it opened when I tried to run my VWD project. I reinstalled VWD 2008 express, IIS and disabled Dreamweaver (renamed the exe). Dreamweaver still came up.
I working with vs2010 and ajaxtoolkit version 40412.
In the previously version of toolkit I successed to debugging the built-in file script of the toolkit like ComboBox.debug.js but in current version the architecture is change and I don't success to drill down by debug (set breakpoint or debugger label) the script file
Recently I moved my developing environment (Visual Studio 2005) on Windows 7. I followed the steps for migrating from IIS6 to IIS7, but when I try to start debug my web project I receive the error message:
"Unable to start debugging on web server. Debugging failed because integrated Windows authentication is not enabled."
Message: Sys.WebForms.PageRequestManagerServerErrorException: An unknown error occurred while processing the request on the server. The status code returned from the server was: 500 Line: 4723 Char: 21 Code: 0 URI: http://localhost/ScriptResource.axd?d=e1Gld4LGHLsC4rWqevEI8zAMJKoVcCEVHBjdJIxcQLO9of6t7nNopbI1YyxJTv1QbaxN_lTSoz5Ly-VjBRHp08Mf3xxg5V9i5Z0AiXIkZRY1&t=6af1de90
I have a utility which can decrypt the URI and tell exactly what file is missing and it tunrns out that the file is ZSystem.Web.Extensions,184.108.40.206,,31bf3856ad364e35|MicrosoftAjax.debug.js|.
I' ve been experiencing some serious problems with running my website.Everytime I click on the little green arrow to start debugging my website I get an error message in my browser.This problem occurs in every browser I use. Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome.I figured it had something to do with my internet settings, but they are exactly the same as the internet settings of a pc on which my website does run.Event installing Google Chrome without importing the settings from my primary browser (Firefox) has the same result.
The errors are:
Firefox: "The connection with the server was reinitialised during page load" Internet Explorer: "The page cannot be displayed" Chrome: "The page is unavailable. The page on http://localhost:PORTNUMBER/EventCompanion/Taak/Test/TestTaakEdit.aspx is probably disable temporarily or it has been permanently move to a new address."Even clicking with the right mouse button on an aspx page and selecting the "View in browser" option has the same result.The only thing that works is viewing the website in the internal browser provided by Visual Studio 2008.But that way I'm unable to debug, which is pretty enoying.
Running the website on an other pc works perfectly...
I had an issue when I began working on my project, see this thread where I couldn't debug my DLL's. All I had to do to solve it, though it took me forevever to find this, was to hit F5. This doesn't make much sense since they are DLLs and I get a message that I can't run them directly, but whatever, it works. The output is generated as debuggable and I can copy it to my deployment directory and run and hit BPs (I attach to aspnet_wp).
My VS solution is four projects, all are DLLs, and one is called directly by my web application and it calls the others. There are two I am interested in debugging as I am enhancing them.
Maybe I jinxed myself, but I was actually musing recently that if I never figured out why I couldn't debug I'd never have progressed as much as I had in my task. Yesterday I backed up my project to a zip file - source and DLL's - because I was starting on a new piece. The only thing I did to the solution after that was move a module from App_LocalResources to App_Code, then I moved it back. And I added some code. When I tried to set BP's the next time I ran, I got "symbols not loaded". I haven't been able to debug since. I tried restoring the zip file since yesterday I could debug, but I didn't hit BPs there either. I will be researching this the rest of the day, I am sure, but I thought I would ask for specific since maybe I can tell you something that will you to know what I did wrong or you can throw out a question that will trigger to me what I am doing wrong. This is really not how I wanted to be spending a Friday.
I've installed VS 2010 on my machine. I also have VS 2008 installed.Problem I'm facing is - I'm not able to debug the web services hosted on local IIS. Also, VS 2010 do not show message that source code is different.To start debugging I'm attaching aspnet_wp.exe process. My breakpoint is in a method which is part of a Class Library project which is targeting to .NET v3.5.
I am developping an MVC3 RC2 application and just after hitting F5 on my asp web application, I am getting this error message program ' w3wp.exe: Managed (v4.0.30319)' has exited with code -2 (0xfffffffe).So I am totally unable to debug my application
While i am running my asp.net application , it show an message that Unable to start a dubug on webserver. Unable to Connect Webserver. Verify web server is running and that incoming Http request are not blocked by a firewall. My application is configured with local iis. Early it is working peoperly. Some time it wil not show when we edit iis property. But right now i can unable to proceed my application by running.
I checked some forum with post of same issue. But still my problem not get solution yet.
I appear to have hit a brick wall whilst attempting to debug some C# code that resides in the App_Code folder.We have an established ASP.NET solution and I've just been brought onto the team. Unfortunately when I run the code [which successfully debugs (to a certain extent)] it does not step into a *.cs file that exists in the App_Code folder.I've found several posts on the subject, none of which seem relevant to me.
Running Win7 Enterprise 32 bit VS2005 8.0.50727.867 (vsvista.050727-8600) http://forums.asp.net/p/958358/3675792.aspx#3675792 mentioned removing the "+optimize" in the web.config file; this doesn't seem to be relevant to me (<compiler language="c#;cs;csharp" extension=".cs" compilerOptions="/d:TRACE" type="Microsoft.CSharp.CSharpCodeProvider, System, Version=2.0.3600.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089"/>) The "App_Code" folder doesn't seem to have any peculiar setting associated with it
I also said that debugging works successfully "to a certain extent". I've set up Visual Studio with the C# developer environment. When I hit F11 I would expect the IDE to begin debugging and for the execution point to stop on the very first line of code (this is what it does in all my other projects in VS2003 & VS2008). However, when I hit F11 it acts like F5, running until it either hits a break point or a run-time error. I'm wondering whether this may be related to it not even hitting break-points in code in my App_Code folder?
I am a new in asp.net world (and in asp). I have a problem in asp.net page.... i wish to debug this page to try the error but I don't I can not debug I have downloaded all proj from "Team Fondation" and then I have took all page in check-out. The server, where I develop is the WEB serve test.
I'm developing a large application in C# Visual Studio. It's reached the point where it takes about a minute to build the entire thing. In order to speed the debugging process, I want to be able to run the program with a debugger without building the entire thing. This seems like a very basic thing one should be able to do, but I've been unable to figure out how to accomplish it.
I have found the area in Options under "Projects and Solutions/Build and Run" where you can specify what VS should do "On Run, when projects are out of date:". I've tried changing it to both "Prompt to build" and "Never build," but it still always builds my entire project whenever I start debugging.
At the moment, I'm circumventing this by starting the program from its executable and attaching the debugger to it, but this is a bit of a hassle and it feels like I should be able to get VS to understand I don't want it to build when it debugs.
I used to be able to attach to my w3wp process and Debug my web application, but this is not working anymore. I have no idea what changed to break this. I'm using Visual Studio 2008 SP1. And I'm debugging in IIS, not using ASP.NET's own server (i.e. I don't Run my project, I simply attach to a running process (w3wp).
My breakpoints simply have the "breakpoint will currently not be hit. The source code is different from the original version."
What I have tried:
Did a solution Clean. Did a solution Rebuild. Made sure that compilation debug=true in my web.config file. Deleted the bin folder Restarted Visual Studio Restarted IIS Restarted my Computer Added a simple Response.Write to ensure that the latest DLL is being used. It is. Made sure that Debug ASP.NET is checked in my project properties. It is. Made sure that all my projects are compiled in my build configuration. They are.
I moved my site to a Windows 2008 server, reinstalled VS2005 and now I am unable to debug my application. When I click start debugging, the button is greyed out until the browser launches and then it returns to normal. In other words VS is just launching the app without attaching to it. I have tried running as administrator and played around with the authentication settings to no avail. I am running with Forms authentication.
I am using VS 2008 for development of a web application and IE 7.
The website as usually has some java script and some server side code files (different layers).
For some reason when I start the application in the debug mode (by hitting F5), the break points in the JS are not hit. I get the usual error as no symbols are loaded. But the break points in the CS files in the layers are hit.
If I use (CTLR + F5) and then attach the IE process to debug, then I am able to hit the break points in the JS file. But in this scenario I cant debug the CS files (I presume this is the expected bahaviour).
EDIT: In the IE (properties dialog), 'disable debugging' are unchecked.
why in the F5 mode I am not able to hit the debug points. The same used to work in the different machine not sure what is wrong in this one.
I just upgraded to Windows 7. On Win XP, I could set breakpoints in an ASP.Net project and those breakpoints would hit from any browser/tab on my machine. Using Windows 7, that doesn't work. The browser that launches when I hit F5 does, but no other instances/tabs do. If I try to explicitly attach to process to attach to another browser instance, it still doesn't hit.I need to debug this way because an error is occuring only when I enter the application by following an external link.
Basically what I am trying to do is have my webpage project folder located directly on my local machine (ex. Local #1). Our database is located on a server (ex. Server #1) . I am building my web applications on my local machine and then trying to debug them in Visual Studio 2008. Only every single time I click to debug my project I get a "Security Exception" error that looks something like the following...
"Description: The application attempted to perform an operation not allowed by the security policy. To grant this application the required permission please contact your system administrator or change the application's trust level in the configuration file.
Exception Details: System.Security.SecurityException: Request for the permission of type 'System.Web.AspNetHostingPermission, System, Version=220.127.116.11, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089' failed."
I'm somewhat leaning towards the fact that I need to connect to the database to pull information from it and I don't have the proper permissions is the reason why this is happening but I've also read that it can be something that deals with improper configuration of my Web.Config file (i.e. I do not have something enabled).
Note #1: A co-worker of mine is having the same problem if he tries to put the project locally and then debug it. He has full administrative access to the DB and everything else.
I have web project and window project.Web project reference from window project and I want to debug from web project to source code in window project. Where do I setup to look for debug source code in window project.
I copied all source code from another computer. but on another computer can debug just fine.All that different is where the source file is located. so I think it should have some config in studio that tell where the source file is.