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Visual Studio 2005 Debugger Skips Breakpoints

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Does anyone know why VS 2005 might skip breakpoints when debugging
through the browser? It's a new installation so no configurations
other than 'set startup project' and 'set startup page' have been set.
Do I need to do additional configuration to get the debugger to break
at breakpoints, or might I be doing something else wrong?

Thanks

May 29 '07 #1
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Generally when the component being loaded is out of sync with the code will
cause the breakpoints to miss.

You may try from VS 2005 attach to process.
Launch your html page in browser and go to VS, select Debug and attach to
process and the select the iexpore.exe with the page name.

It has to be a debug version to hit the breakpoints.
"theresegt1" wrote:
Does anyone know why VS 2005 might skip breakpoints when debugging
through the browser? It's a new installation so no configurations
other than 'set startup project' and 'set startup page' have been set.
Do I need to do additional configuration to get the debugger to break
at breakpoints, or might I be doing something else wrong?

Thanks

May 30 '07 #2

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