Is successful build a pre-requisite for reaching breakpoint?

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by Web learner, Apr 18, 2006.

  1. Web learner

    Web learner Guest

    Is "successful build of project (asp.net20 C# website VWDExpress)" a
    pre-requisite or necessary condition to reach a breakpoint?

    I am asking this this question because the page loads up in the browser and
    the statement is successfully executed without ever hitting the set
    breakpoint. I see error list for another pages which are not currently
    opened.

    The web.config file for the project already has <compilation debug="true"/>

    What is wrong? Any help or suggestion to read in this regard will be a
    great help. I am stuck.

    web_learner
     
    Web learner, Apr 18, 2006
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  2. Web learner

    jd Guest

    Did you go to the Debug menu and choose "Start Debugging"?
     
    jd, Apr 18, 2006
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  3. Web learner

    Web learner Guest

    Yes !

    "jd" <> wrote in message
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    > Did you go to the Debug menu and choose "Start Debugging"?
    >
     
    Web learner, Apr 18, 2006
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  4. Web learner

    Jeff Dillon Guest

    Is this in Visual Studio? If you have compile errors, the browser won't
    launch

    Jeff
    "Web learner" <> wrote in message
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    > Is "successful build of project (asp.net20 C# website VWDExpress)" a
    > pre-requisite or necessary condition to reach a breakpoint?
    >
    > I am asking this this question because the page loads up in the browser
    > and the statement is successfully executed without ever hitting the set
    > breakpoint. I see error list for another pages which are not currently
    > opened.
    >
    > The web.config file for the project already has <compilation
    > debug="true"/>
    >
    > What is wrong? Any help or suggestion to read in this regard will be a
    > great help. I am stuck.
    >
    > web_learner
    >
    >
     
    Jeff Dillon, Apr 18, 2006
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  5. Web learner

    Web learner Guest

    This is in Visual Web Developer Express 2005, which I believe is a subset of
    Visual Studio 2005.

    There are no compile errors in the Page I want to debug. The browser does
    launch and executes the statement without any care for the set breakpoint.


    "Jeff Dillon" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Is this in Visual Studio? If you have compile errors, the browser won't
    > launch



    > "Web learner" <> wrote in message
    >> Is "successful build of project (asp.net20 C# website VWDExpress)" a
    >> pre-requisite or necessary condition to reach a breakpoint?
    >>
    >> I am asking this this question because the page loads up in the browser
    >> and the statement is successfully executed without ever hitting the set
    >> breakpoint. I see error list for another pages which are not currently
    >> opened.
    >>
    >> The web.config file for the project already has <compilation
    >> debug="true"/>
    >>
    >> What is wrong? Any help or suggestion to read in this regard will be a
    >> great help. I am stuck.
     
    Web learner, Apr 18, 2006
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  6. Web learner

    jd Guest

    Check the port address on the ASP.NET Development server (you should be
    able to see it in your system tray) and make sure that it matches the
    port number in your browser.
     
    jd, Apr 18, 2006
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