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How do I attach a process to an web page running ASP?

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This is on a Windows 10 computer. I have successfully completed setting up IIS and system settings for running a web page written in Classic ASP. I can launch it from my IIS manager and it comes up in my default browser.

  • Enable Client-side debugging: true
  • Enable Server-side debugging: true
  • Send errors to browser: true

I load the folder containing the code in Visual Studio 2019 and I attach the process that is the IIS Manger, InetMgr.exe.

This is all I do to configure Visual Studio. I think there should be a place where I set the entry point file, the default.asp, because as I was trying different things, I saw this warning come up for a second.

If I try to post break points after I attack the process, it says that "no symbols have been loaded for this document"

Please advise.

Some blogs I have seen while looking online for a solution suggest setting up a project file first. But they mention attaching to a different process and it seems to be for ASP.NET instead of classic ASP.
Sep 17 '21 #1
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