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.
I have an application in Visual Studio 2008. I have been working with it for some time. Today, suddenly, it will not debug, or more specifically it does not stop at the breakpoints I created in Visual Studio. It just ignores them. I tested the break points by adding one at the opening of the Page_Load event and nothing. If I put in a mistake on purpose the application will build, the internet explorer opens, and gives me an error report. It has never done this before. Usually it stops IE from opening and gives me a list of errors at the bottom of the VS screen. I want my old VS back. I don't see how this could have changed it but I'll mention the things I've worked on recently. I've been trying to configure the session states in the web.config page, and then recently I started a new web page with a conection to a database and gridview. I have restarted VS and nothing has changed.
One of my apps is to document aircraft inspection at mil sites. The discrepancy report for any one tail number can be many pages long. The description of the discrepancy in a gridview cell can be several lines. Therefore when the gridview hits the bottom of the physical page, the print spooler frequently splits the gridview row leaving part on one page and the rest at the top of the following page. I have done my due-diligence in research before posting but maybe I'm using the wrong words. I found something on CodeProject but it is too complicated for me. Does anyone have a simple solution? I use C# and am not very sharp with Java script.
I have installed the stand alone version of .NET framework 4.0. If I open my visual studio he doesn't see that .NET 4.0 is installed. Also I have some problems to install SQL server 2008 R2 with would be related with this problem. It would like that windows 7 not see it.I have windows 7 64 bit home PremiumAny sugestion would be welcomI have also try the repair installation but nothing works
I'm running ASP.NET on Visual Studio 2005, and I am not able to step through my break points when I run my application in "Debug" mode. I set the break points, run the application, and Visual Studio simply ignores them.I have gone through all of the configuration settings and project properties to see if their is something obvious that needs to be turned "on" - but I don't see anything.What would be the most logical settings or references to look at?
I am trying to encrypt a section of a web.config file in the root of a virtual server. The server is not the 'default server' in IIS, so aspnet_regiis -pe "appSettings" -app "/" doesn't work as it defaults to the default web site. Also, the source code is access through a UNC path and is load balanced across multiple servers (web farm environment). aspnet_regiis -pef "appSettings" "\UNCpath" fails, stating "The configuration for physical path '\UNCpath' cannot be opened. The user account that I'm running the utility as, has rights to the path. I found one post (from very early .NET 2.0 days) that indicated that you could use
am using a windows service created by me it works fine in debug mode.I have created a setup for installation of windows service and installed it on the same machine.For testing i am creating a notepad file in c:\temp123.txtIts working gr8 in debug mode but not working when installed using a set up . also i have used same set up on another machine.Its not working thr as well.What can be the reason.Note:- two weeks back i have checked it using installer on another machine it was working, but suddenly now its not working any where.
So bit the bullet and installed vs2010 finally. However, when loading an existing vs2008 project, I am getting this error: "The project type is not supported by this installation." the only thing special about this project is that it's a "web application projects" type. what I've tried so far are these steps, but none of these solve my problem:
(1) run "devenv /setup" (2) regsvr32.exe "%ProgramFiles%Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0Common7IDEProjectAggregator.dll"