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Hi All,

I am writing some C# coding to develop middle tier COM+ components.
When those components are debugging, (As Library Application), the values of
variable used in the code are not properly listed in the watch window. Can
any one please explain any wok around for my problem ?

Also is there any way to get the value of a variable (say a dynamically
build query string), while I am in the debugging window.
That feature was readily available in Visual basic (Control + G ...
Immediate window, type any thing to display its value)

Is any update (or bug fix) for the .Net IDE ?

I am using follwoings
Development Environment 2002 Version 7.0.9466
Framework 1.0 Version 1.0.3705
"Visual C# .NET 55603-640-2428401-18483"

Thanks in advance ...

Rango

Jul 21 '05 #1
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> When those components are debugging, (As Library Application), the
values of
variable used in the code are not properly listed in the watch window. Can

What do you mean when you say the values "are not properly listed"?
Are they showing incorrect values? Are they showing No values? Please
clarify.
Also is there any way to get the value of a variable (say a dynamically build query string), while I am in the debugging window.
That feature was readily available in Visual basic (Control + G ...
Immediate window, type any thing to display its value)


You can use the command window for that purpose. If you type ?varname
and press enter it should show the current value of the variable.

Jul 21 '05 #2
The components are the derived from Enterprise Services.
The values shown are invalid . Simply for an integer = 9 it shows large
number.

"Chris Dunaway" <du******@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:11**********************@f14g2000cwb.googlegr oups.com...
When those components are debugging, (As Library Application), the

values of
variable used in the code are not properly listed in the watch

window. Can

What do you mean when you say the values "are not properly listed"?
Are they showing incorrect values? Are they showing No values? Please
clarify.
Also is there any way to get the value of a variable (say a

dynamically
build query string), while I am in the debugging window.
That feature was readily available in Visual basic (Control + G ...
Immediate window, type any thing to display its value)


You can use the command window for that purpose. If you type ?varname
and press enter it should show the current value of the variable.

Jul 21 '05 #3

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