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.
I just finished getting my application working, this is an Ajax Web Enabled program using Ajax AutoCompletExtende and a Web Service. asmx within the same project.
To my big surprise I am not able to debug, I am setting break points but program does not stop. Example, I have added a TextBox control moving "Hello World" into it. The page shows the value of the TextBox but does not stop at the break point.
Im having a strange problem which i never experienced before, the problem is my visual web developer 2005 express edition is not getting attached to the debugger, i mean when im running my web application it is not debugging the program if im putting any breakpoint, more over i uninstall and again installed visual web developer it worked fine for first time but again it is not working. i only difference is i have Internet explorer 8.I dont exactly know the problem. does any one faced similar problem
I'm going crazy and wasting a lot of time. I am running in DEBUG, checked the web.config to ensure debug=true is there, checked the code to ensure I am reaching it, cleared all temp files and pdb's. The only thing that works is to continually kill the solution, create a new solution and add all the projects again.I shouldn't have to do this every day.
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?
In the Visual studio IDE is it possible to step backwards in the debugger? If this is not possible,can I somehow trace my step backwards in the compiler?
Also if I am stepping through C# code in the debugger, is it okay to add documentation in the file while I am debugging? I tried this and recieved a pop-up message box informing me that the code had changed. Otherwise the IDE seemed forgiving in regards to comment changes in debug mode. Also I guess this might also lead into the question of wether it is acceptable to add code during debug mode?
My Visual Studio debugger detaches every time when I try to access a property in a web application. I don't use Visual Studio's inner webserver, just the standard IIS. It seems like that property has somewhere a stack overflow
(Server Application Unavailable)
, but I can't find it. There is an error message in the EventLog:
aspnet_wp.exe (PID: 5200) stopped unexpectedly
I've tried to delete all temp folder including ASP.NET temporary files, no change at all. I've tried to start devenv.exe /log
but in the log xml, there was hardly any exception. Is there any way to get that exception which causes the debugger to stop/detach?
Plus info is that another colleague can debug that property. I've tried to get his vssetting file, but no change.
I was wondering if there is an option to change the debugger url when I initialize the debugger. I want it to start off at http://localhost:xxxx/controller/view rather than just http://localhost:xxxx/.
I am attempting to debug my Visual Studio 2005 project. I have Internet explorer 8 and it's running on IIS.
When I hit the "debug" button, a new Internet Explorer browser window opens and my ASP VB .NET application loads normally. However, Visual studio returns back to regular editting mode and I can hit the "debug" button again. No break points hit but my web page still runs and loads normally.
The Output screen use to show Web.Server(exit 0) but now it doesn't show anything.
Usually using Visual Studio's debugger is a breeze. Scanning through Locals quickly shows the values of variables, etc. However, I'm at a loss how to find out the values contained in session state variables? Can anyone give me a hand?Lets say I put a breakpoint right after:
Session("first_name") = "Rob Roy"
How do I view the value contained in Session("first_name") from locals?
I have a Windows Server 2008 x64 to develop applications, I installed the remote debugger rdbgsetup_x64.exe from
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=es&FamilyID=440ec902-3260-4cdc-b11a-6a9070a2aaab (spanish) Run the setup wizard, use the LocalSystem user to run the service and allows any computer to connect to the debugger.The configuration of the firewall is off.The configuration of the firewall with advanced security is:
inactive domain profile inactive private profile Inactive Public Profile
I found that the w3wp worker process runs on 32 and msvsmon runs 64.Now the client is a Windows XP x32 with Visual Studio 2008 SP1.either constructing a web application to check the operation of the treatment and get the following error: Unable to start debugging on the web server. The web server does not support automatic attaching This is Most Likely Because the web site is using ASP.NET version 1.0 or 1.1. Upgrade the website to ASP.NET 2.0 or manually attach to the web server process using the 'Attach to process' dialog. "
I have been developing my web site for a while, everything was ok. The hard drive of Visual Studio 2010 installation was damaged, after re-install VS 2010, every time I start debugger for my asp.net web site, VS pops up a diaglog to ask for user name/password.How to disable that popup? Is is just debugging, security is not an issue at all.
I just recently upgrade my asp.net web project from visual studio 2005 to visual studio 2010. The upgrade was successful with no problems however im missing some features with this project. The One Click Publish feature(which is greyed out) in the header area of Visual Studio 2010 and the Add Config Transforms feature which is no where to be seen when you right click on web.config. When i create a new web project straight from visual studio 2010, these options work fine.
I want to use a source control in VS2010, I know my best bet is TFS, but at the moment TFS(can't afford ). As i understand TFS is the new VSS_2005(can afford)Can VSS 2005 be use as a source control for VS 2010 solutions/projects?