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Problem with symbols in DbgCLR

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I'm having a problem with establishing breakpoints in DbgCLR Version 2.0.

I've set breakpoints for statements in Page_Init, and they were never
triggered
when I loaded the webpage. In the code window of the debugger,
I place my cursor over the breakpoint symbols in the left column,
and I get the message:

"The Breakpoint will not currently be hit.
No Symbols have been loaded for this document."

In my modules window, I see that all of my DLL's have been loaded
(for my own code), but none of the other (system) modules have been loaded
- the Symbol Status reads "Skipped loading symbols." I see that several
of those symbols are supposed to be loaded from one of two assemblies:
GAC_32 or GAC_MSIL.

Both are supposed to be located in the directory C:\WINNT\assembly.
Upon examination, they are not there - and neither of them were found
after performing a search of my entire hard drive.

Am I wrong to conclude that this is at the root of my problem?
I am not using Visual Studio, so that isn't a factor
- I'm compiling from the command line
- generating DLL's from the codebehind modules
- debug option is on
- optimize is not specified.

In IIS Aplication configuration, "Cache ISAPI applications" is checked.

I have done a repair install for ASP.NET 2.0 and the SDK.

I have uninstalled and reinstalled asp.net:

aspnet_regiis -u

aspnet_regiis -i
I was using DbgCLR with version 1.1 without any problems.

Does anyone have any input on this situation?

Thanks In Advance!

Wylbur
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DWS
Willbur,
Microsoft has free downloads for vs 2005 web developer express. It has a
debugger that can be used with IIS.

Good Luck
DWS
"wylbur via DotNetMonster.com" wrote:
I'm having a problem with establishing breakpoints in DbgCLR Version 2.0.

I've set breakpoints for statements in Page_Init, and they were never
triggered
when I loaded the webpage. In the code window of the debugger,
I place my cursor over the breakpoint symbols in the left column,
and I get the message:

"The Breakpoint will not currently be hit.
No Symbols have been loaded for this document."

In my modules window, I see that all of my DLL's have been loaded
(for my own code), but none of the other (system) modules have been loaded
- the Symbol Status reads "Skipped loading symbols." I see that several
of those symbols are supposed to be loaded from one of two assemblies:
GAC_32 or GAC_MSIL.

Both are supposed to be located in the directory C:\WINNT\assembly.
Upon examination, they are not there - and neither of them were found
after performing a search of my entire hard drive.

Am I wrong to conclude that this is at the root of my problem?
I am not using Visual Studio, so that isn't a factor
- I'm compiling from the command line
- generating DLL's from the codebehind modules
- debug option is on
- optimize is not specified.

In IIS Aplication configuration, "Cache ISAPI applications" is checked.

I have done a repair install for ASP.NET 2.0 and the SDK.

I have uninstalled and reinstalled asp.net:

aspnet_regiis -u

aspnet_regiis -i
I was using DbgCLR with version 1.1 without any problems.

Does anyone have any input on this situation?

Thanks In Advance!

Wylbur
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Mar 6 '06 #2

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