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Must I change the property in 26 projects or is there a soultion level way of doing it

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After a Debug run I notice some Exceptions listed in the Output window.

I'd like to cause the app to break on any warning so I can see where it
occurs.

The best I can find if a property at the project level but I have 26
projects.

Must I change the property in 26 projects or is there a solution level way
of doing it?

Thanks
Feb 13 '06 #1
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academic wrote:
After a Debug run I notice some Exceptions listed in the Output window.

I'd like to cause the app to break on any warning so I can see where it
occurs.

The best I can find if a property at the project level but I have 26
projects.

Must I change the property in 26 projects or is there a solution level way
of doing it?

Thanks


There is an option in the IDE to do this. It is under debug->Exceptions

Turn on always break in the debugger.
Chris
Feb 13 '06 #2

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I found debug->Exceptions but can't find any thing like
always break in the debugger
I'm using vs2005

thanks

There is an option in the IDE to do this. It is under debug->Exceptions

Turn on always break in the debugger.
Chris

Feb 13 '06 #3

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academic wrote:
I found debug->Exceptions but can't find any thing like
always break in the debugger
I'm using vs2005

thanks
There is an option in the IDE to do this. It is under debug->Exceptions

Turn on always break in the debugger.
Chris



In vs2005 you check the thrown column for Common Language Runtime
Exceptions.

Chris
Feb 13 '06 #4

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I did that and it broke inside a Try.
Since I'm catching it I wouldn't expect a message in Output Window.

I can try again - what I did last time was to check all in that column.

Thanks

In vs2005 you check the thrown column for Common Language Runtime
Exceptions.

Chris

Feb 13 '06 #5

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Actually the messages are in my Immediate window
not my Output window

I tried various combinations, one box checked, both columns checked,...

Either it never stops or else it stops at in my Try's

Thanks
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I did that and it broke inside a Try.
Since I'm catching it I wouldn't expect a message in Output Window.

I can try again - what I did last time was to check all in that column.

Thanks

In vs2005 you check the thrown column for Common Language Runtime
Exceptions.

Chris


Feb 13 '06 #6

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