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breakpoint dont work anymore when debugging in vs2008 (part-2)

Vista sp1 C#
Hi: after I opened a vs2005 IDE... my breakpoints when debugging in vs2008
dont work any more, any ideas?

the test finished but It does not stop.

Thanks
Jun 27 '08 #1
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It sounds like you're trying to debug a unit test, in which case you'll need
to explicitly tell the unit test to start with debugging enabled. If you're
not trying to debug a unit test, it could be a problem with Vista's UAC if
you're not running the IDE with elevated privileges and you're trying to
attach the debugger to a process running under a system account.

Some more background information about what you're trying to do would be
helpful.

"raulavi" <ra*****@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
news:20**********************************@microsof t.com...
Vista sp1 C#
Hi: after I opened a vs2005 IDE... my breakpoints when debugging in
vs2008
dont work any more, any ideas?

the test finished but It does not stop.

Thanks
Jun 27 '08 #2
Thanks Jeff.
I always debugg on ide VS2008 vista sp1 c#
yes is a unit test and it was running under debugger(as I always do)
suddenly after load IDE VS2005, the breakpoints don't start line debugging,
the test runs and finish reporting passed on the output window

Can you give me an idea on the UAC ...what can I check/where

my IDE always run with as administrator (is any way to be sure 100% of it?)

"Jeff Winn" wrote:
It sounds like you're trying to debug a unit test, in which case you'll need
to explicitly tell the unit test to start with debugging enabled. If you're
not trying to debug a unit test, it could be a problem with Vista's UAC if
you're not running the IDE with elevated privileges and you're trying to
attach the debugger to a process running under a system account.

Some more background information about what you're trying to do would be
helpful.

"raulavi" <ra*****@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
news:20**********************************@microsof t.com...
Vista sp1 C#
Hi: after I opened a vs2005 IDE... my breakpoints when debugging in
vs2008
dont work any more, any ideas?

the test finished but It does not stop.

Thanks
Jun 27 '08 #3
On Jun 24, 3:41 pm, raulavi <raul...@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
Thanks Jeff.
I always debugg on ide VS2008 vista sp1 c#
yes is a unit test and it was running under debugger(as I always do)
suddenly after load IDE VS2005, the breakpoints don't start line debugging,
the test runs and finish reporting passed on the output window

Can you give me an idea on the UAC ...what can I check/where

my IDE always run with as administrator (is any way to be sure 100% of it?)

"Jeff Winn" wrote:
It sounds like you're trying to debug a unit test, in which case you'll need
to explicitly tell the unit test to start with debugging enabled. If you're
not trying to debug a unit test, it could be a problem with Vista's UAC if
you're not running the IDE with elevated privileges and you're trying to
attach the debugger to a process running under a system account.
Some more background information about what you're trying to do would be
helpful.
"raulavi" <raul...@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
news:20**********************************@microsof t.com...
Vista sp1 C#
Hi: after I opened a vs2005 IDE... my breakpoints when debugging in
vs2008
dont work any more, any ideas?
the test finished but It does not stop.
Thanks
Maybe your VS2005 tried to open the VS2008 project and corrupted
breakpoints info?
Try to set them again in VS2008...
Jun 27 '08 #4

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