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remote debugging (webservice)

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Hello everyone,

i?ve got a very insistent problem trying to get remote debugging
running. Really hope that someone has any ideas about this topic.
Although the MSDN and some popular search engines provide a lot of
material for this kind of problem they couldn?t solve mine...

I am using VS 2005 to create a new webservice and in the same solution I
create a new windows application that should consume this webservice,
let?s say only change the title of the window to "hello world".

Easy enough, this is working perfect, local debugging is working -
everything is fine. But publishing the webservice on a windows server
2003 system, configuring the client to use the webservice on the server
and trying to remote debug this webservice visual studio is telling me
that there is _no source code available_ to step into the helloWorld method.

The problem is (in my opinion) that no symbols for the webservice are
generated although everything is set to "debug".

In the output window I get:
w3wp.exe: App_Code.DLL loaded, binary files not created with debug
information

(...) App_Code.DLL loaded, no symbols loaded

Is this kind of debugging possible at all? (VS and source on the client,
only the published files of the webservice on the server)
How can I create binary files _with_ debug information?

As I am getting crazy here every little help is highly appreciated!
Greetings and thanks,
Tim.
Dec 7 '06 #1
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