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i have an error with my asp.net (with vb) 2003 webappl. in the time of loading it says an error dialog box with ..

" can't dbugg on server " some words etc

how i over come this problem i am using 2003 server Enterp.

but some previously created app have no prblm.

help me?
Apr 21 '07 #1
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Frinavale
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i have an error with my asp.net (with vb) 2003 webappl. in the time of loading it says an error dialog box with ..

" can't dbugg on server " some words etc

how i over come this problem i am using 2003 server Enterp.

but some previously created app have no prblm.

help me?
I remember having the same problem.
I can't remember off hand what the cause was but it had something to do with not enabling some debugging features during the installation of Visual Studio and some settings with your IIS. (I'll look up the reasons and inform you later)

I recommend trying to run your program again using Ctrl+F5
This will run the program without running the debugger.

-Frinny
Apr 21 '07 #2

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But there is no use with cntrl+F5 IExplorer says another webconfiguration error with application. i am re configured the IIS and no use .

plz give the right solution
Apr 23 '07 #3

Frinavale
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But there is no use with cntrl+F5 IExplorer says another webconfiguration error with application. i am re configured the IIS and no use .

plz give the right solution
What is the new error?
Apr 23 '07 #4

Plater
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in the web.config file there is a setting that determines if the code is compiled with debugging support or not. Now if CTRL+F5 is still getting causing that error it might be that your program itself has some kind of un-caught error, and IIS was not set up to display error pages properly.
Apr 23 '07 #5

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The same error follows how i overcome these.
Apr 24 '07 #6

Frinavale
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The same error follows how i overcome these.
Could you please post a copy of the error for us to see.
Also, what version of Visual Studio are you using?

-Frinny
Apr 24 '07 #7

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now i am solved it through migrating to WINxp. no prpblem here.

thanx for the reply.
Apr 25 '07 #8

Frinavale
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now i am solved it through migrating to WINxp. no prpblem here.

thanx for the reply.
Good job!
Thanks for letting us know :)

-Frinny
Apr 25 '07 #9

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