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Special Edition Using® Microsoft® ASP.NET by Richard Leinecker

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Debugging

Using the ASP.NET debugger might be the most effective way to track down and identify problems. Because ASP.NET is compiled into assemblies, it is possible to debug them pretty much the same way that you are used to debugging VB and C++ applications. But before you can use the debugger you must make sure that the application has been compiled with debug symbols included. This enables you to do the source-level debugging. To ensure that you are set to include the debug symbols in your assembly, open up the Configuration Manager dialog box and be sure Debug is selected in the Active Solution Configuration drop-down box, as shown in Figure 22.3.

Figure 22.3. You must set the compiler to include source-level debug symbols.

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