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How to debug? (VS 2005)

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Hello all,

I have a C# windows application project and a web service project, all part
of the same solution.
My windows application references and uses web service.
Everything works as expected except for the fact that I cannot debug web
service.

When my client windows application calls web service method the debugger
does not step in, Debug.WriteLine() statements do write to the Output
window, the same applies to Trace methods. I have both "debug" and "trace"
options set to "true" in the web.config, everything compiles under the
default Debug configuration.

Am I missing something?

Tomasz
Sep 30 '06 #1
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"thomas" <to*@tom.comwrote in message
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Hello all,

I have a C# windows application project and a web service project, all
part of the same solution.
My windows application references and uses web service.
Everything works as expected except for the fact that I cannot debug web
service.

When my client windows application calls web service method the debugger
does not step in, Debug.WriteLine() statements do write to the Output
window, the same applies to Trace methods. I have both "debug" and "trace"
options set to "true" in the web.config, everything compiles under the
default Debug configuration.
Have you attached in the debugger to the aspnet_wp (or w3wp) process?

John
Sep 30 '06 #2

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