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Debuging with QueryString

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How can I debug with a querystring in vs.net? Is there some place to put
the querystring?
thanks,
T
Feb 9 '06 #1
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string qs=Request.QueryString["qskey"];

"Tina" wrote:
How can I debug with a querystring in vs.net? Is there some place to put
the querystring?
thanks,
T

Feb 9 '06 #2

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no no, I mean supply the querystring during the debuging process.
T
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string qs=Request.QueryString["qskey"];

"Tina" wrote:
How can I debug with a querystring in vs.net? Is there some place to put
the querystring?
thanks,
T

Feb 9 '06 #3

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Right-click on your project in Solution Explorer. Choose properties, then
configuration / debugging. You can enter any start page you like, with any
query string you want.
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"Tina" wrote:
How can I debug with a querystring in vs.net? Is there some place to put
the querystring?
thanks,
T

Feb 9 '06 #4

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