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debugging classic ASP using Visual Studio .NET

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Using either VS.NET 2002 or 2003 I can only get the ASP debugger to
connect when my start action is Project (file based). If I change the
start action to URL I get an error: Unable to find project on the Web
server. Unable to set server into correct debugging state
automatically. You may not be able to debug ASP pages...
I once had this working using VS.NET 2002. Is it possible that loading
VS.NET 2003 stepped on something?

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pimming wrote:
Using either VS.NET 2002 or 2003 I can only get the ASP debugger to
connect when my start action is Project (file based). If I change the
start action to URL I get an error: Unable to find project on the Web
server. Unable to set server into correct debugging state
automatically. You may not be able to debug ASP pages...
I once had this working using VS.NET 2002. Is it possible that loading
VS.NET 2003 stepped on something?


Don't know. You might try posting to one of the vsnet groups. I think the
debugging group would be relevant.
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