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Putting breakpoints in an ASP project in Visual Studio 2019

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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. Attaching it as a process after opening up the folder location of the default.asp and code did not work.

But I had success with this option:

And since I have already set things up in my ISS it appears as an option to debug:


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

The asp files are recognized in the Solution Explorer with this associated icon for an asp file.

But the problem is that I can not put a breakpoint. If I try the message is that the "breakpoint can not be hit. No symbols have been loaded for this document"

Please advise.

There is something else that is strange. If I stop the program and load just one .asp file and hit run for debugging, it will process just that one file and if I purposely put a compile error in the file, it will catch it in the browser and throw an error message.
Sep 17 '21 #1
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