Vista Ultimate is configured for workgroup and has never been part of a domain. Verify that ASP.NET or ATL Server is correctly installed on the server." The project is VS 2003 - dev box is a Vista - IIS 7. Execution mode: Make sure that VS.Net execution mode is set to "Debug" and not "Release" Web.config settings: Make sure that the XML Element "compilation" tag in your web.config file has an Yes, it sometimes does work.
You can always manually attach the debugger via the Menu: Tools>Attach to Process … option, assuming you know what instance of W3WP.EXE worker process on your server the application is running ASP.NET applications inherit settings from Web.config files at higher levels in the URL path. asp.net debugging share|improve this question edited Mar 15 '10 at 12:01 asked Mar 15 '10 at 11:39 willem 6,946155293 I assume you're debugging in IIS and not using the If your web site is configured in IIS to require authentication, this authentication will fail.
Can you post your dll in 64 bits or place the source code to me compile on my 64 bits machine? to 1.1, and it appeared that this solved the problem. Is it possible to get the user login once without changing the IIS 6.0 configuration? I would be happy to provide more details if you need them.
When I startup default.aspx and then typein /myfile?id=10 it works. Thanks in advance! I had recently added ASP.NET AJAX to one of my projects (which adds a custom module), and when I tried to debug it on my Vista laptop, ran into these authentication Visual Studio 2013 Not Stopping At Breakpoints These are essential for debugging.
Since this is a specific configuration issue, if you are still having trouble, please post to the IIS7 forums here: http://forums.iis.net/1038/ShowForum.aspx, and we will walk you through it. Visual Studio Breakpoint Not Hit No Symbols Loaded Verify that list against the actual .pdb location. Ensure that debugging is enabled. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dwesw3ee.aspx When I hit F5 in HTTP sites, I get the "unable to start debugging…" message that also says "underlying connection was closed.
Requested URL: /Default.aspx Reply Anonymous December 18, 2007 at 3:24 pm Server Error in ‘/' Application. ----------------------------------------------------- Am running Vista with VS 2008 and when trying to debug asp.net web applicaiton Breakpoint Not Working In Visual Studio 2012 Then, open the project folder under “src” in Visual Studio Code. share|improve this answer answered Mar 15 '10 at 11:44 David 7,54373564 Good tip. It contains three configurations: “.NET Core Launch (console)”, “.NET Core Launch (web)”, and “.NET Core Attach”.
Here is what you would have to do: To add a new package, you will have to add the package name and version number in the pjson file. *Note: this step share|improve this answer answered Dec 18 '09 at 5:51 Jay Riggs 39.5k685118 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote I had a similar problem with breakpoints not working and, at Breakpoint Not Working In Visual Studio 2010 Uninstalling it made everything work fine again. Visual Studio 2015 Not Stopping At Breakpoints regards raimund Reply Anonymous April 5, 2007 at 6:26 pm THANK YOU !!!!!!!!!!!
Any Idea of what is still going wrong ? Your answer solved it in a blink. Reply mayankparmar... Made sure that all my projects are compiled in my build configuration. Breakpoint Not Hitting In Visual Studio 2013
I think this will fix the error "could not start asp.net or ATL server debugging" as it will now will be able to find dll. The project in Visual Studio .Net does not stop when breakpoint reach. We appreciate your feedback. What appears to be happening is it is skipping the global file.
This is possible with Web Services. Visual Studio 2015 Breakpoint Not Working It's pretty dissapointing that it's April 2007 and with a shiny new Vista / VS2005 combo the basic feature "F5" does not work and you have to dig, dig, dig to But it refused to get installed, and it appears that it could be installed only on Vista Home and not on Ultimate.
By default it is true. Final thoughts Overall, cross-platform ASP.NET Core debugging using Visual Studio Code works well. Ensure that [Debug Info:] is set to [full]. Unable To Start Debugging On The Web Server. Could Not Start Asp.net Debugging Also, please consult http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306172 for more causes of debugging problems.
but once i debug the same code on vista & VS 2005. Sure enough after removing global.asax code the app started debugging just fine. This caused code I had running in an http module with special handling of beginrequest to not run until after a page request had been processed. I certainly appreciate that you pulled this module together for us - as Bill said you rock!!!
Will there be a fix or other solutions available to get around this? (without buying business or ultimate). In the website web.config and server side, I use windows authentications. thankx Reply Anonymous March 15, 2007 at 8:28 pm Hi Mike, Thanks for the work you put into this. If your project's .dll is listed and the status of the Symbols is "Symbols Loaded", you've got no problem.
To my dismay I found out how disparate are VS2005, IIS7 and Vista, and they simply refuse to work together. Hopefully this workaround helps most people in the meantime. Interestingly there is another setting in machine.config that controls generation of PDB files and this is specific to ASP.net 2.0.
Good luck! Windows authentication is disabled in MSVSMON. This was an issue for me. I deleted all .pdb files, no change.
I hope it will very soon - in the meantime, in order to enable debugging, you need to run it as Administrator: 2) Install required IIS components IIS7 in Vista and