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Debugging .net 1.1 business objects referenced in VS2008 web servi

Hi,

I have some business objects written in Visual Studio 2003.

I have a web service written in VS2008 that references these .net 1.1 objects.

The web service makes some calls on the 1.1 objects and the responses are
not as I would expect.

Is there any way I can debug whats happening in the 1.1 objects using VS
2003 as they are being called by the web service which is being debugged in
VS 2008?

--
Regards,

Phillip Johnson (MCSD For .NET)
PJ Software Development
www.pjsoftwaredevelopment.com
Jun 27 '08 #1
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On May 1, 6:09 am, Phil Johnson
<PhilJohn...@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
Hi,

I have some business objects written in Visual Studio 2003.

I have a web service written in VS2008 that references these .net 1.1 objects.

The web service makes some calls on the 1.1 objects and the responses are
not as I would expect.

Is there any way I can debug whats happening in the 1.1 objects using VS
2003 as they are being called by the web service which is being debugged in
VS 2008?

--
Regards,

Phillip Johnson (MCSD For .NET)
PJ Software Developmentwww.pjsoftwaredevelopment.com
I am a lil curious. Is the web service written in .net 1.1 ?
I thought you could not reference dlls written in different .net
versions..
Jun 27 '08 #2
Hi Parez,

The web service is written in .net 3.5, we have a legacy .net 1.1 business
object framework and we were hoping to put a WCF API on it.

I think you are fine referencing assemblies done in an older version of
..net, I think you will have problems referencing ones in newer versions
though, such as reference a .net 3.5 assembly from a .net 1.1 app.

The references in our app do work though and we can utilise the business
objects. The only thing I cannot seem to do is debug the .net 1.1 business
objects in VS 2003 when they are called from the .net 3.5 code.

I would guess there is a process I can attach the VS 2003 debugger to, would
this be the case?
--
Regards,

Phillip Johnson (MCSD For .NET)
PJ Software Development
www.pjsoftwaredevelopment.com
"parez" wrote:
On May 1, 6:09 am, Phil Johnson
<PhilJohn...@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
Hi,

I have some business objects written in Visual Studio 2003.

I have a web service written in VS2008 that references these .net 1.1 objects.

The web service makes some calls on the 1.1 objects and the responses are
not as I would expect.

Is there any way I can debug whats happening in the 1.1 objects using VS
2003 as they are being called by the web service which is being debugged in
VS 2008?

--
Regards,

Phillip Johnson (MCSD For .NET)
PJ Software Developmentwww.pjsoftwaredevelopment.com

I am a lil curious. Is the web service written in .net 1.1 ?
I thought you could not reference dlls written in different .net
versions..
Jun 27 '08 #3
On May 2, 2:38 am, Phil Johnson
<PhilJohn...@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
Hi Parez,

The web service is written in .net 3.5, we have a legacy .net 1.1 business
object framework and we were hoping to put a WCF API on it.

I think you are fine referencing assemblies done in an older version of
.net, I think you will have problems referencing ones in newer versions
though, such as reference a .net 3.5 assembly from a .net 1.1 app.

The references in our app do work though and we can utilise the business
objects. The only thing I cannot seem to do is debug the .net 1.1 business
objects in VS 2003 when they are called from the .net 3.5 code.

I would guess there is a process I can attach the VS 2003 debugger to, would
this be the case?
--
Regards,

Phillip Johnson (MCSD For .NET)
PJ Software Developmentwww.pjsoftwaredevelopment.com

"parez" wrote:
On May 1, 6:09 am, Phil Johnson
<PhilJohn...@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
Hi,
I have some business objects written in Visual Studio 2003.
I have a web service written in VS2008 that references these .net 1.1 objects.
The web service makes some calls on the 1.1 objects and the responses are
not as I would expect.
Is there any way I can debug whats happening in the 1.1 objects using VS
2003 as they are being called by the web service which is being debugged in
VS 2008?
--
Regards,
Phillip Johnson (MCSD For .NET)
PJ Software Developmentwww.pjsoftwaredevelopment.com
I am a lil curious. Is the web service written in .net 1.1 ?
I thought you could not reference dlls written in different .net
versions..
I am not sure if it will work.. but you can try attaching vs2003 to
w3wp.exe(wk2003) or aspnet_wp.exe(xp)
Jun 27 '08 #4

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