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T-SQL Debugging Using Visual Studio .Net
Before describing the Visual Studio .Net T-SQL Debugger, let's start by discussing its predecessor, the SQL Server T-SQL Debugger. While developers are accustomed to using the SQL Server T-SQL Debugger to debug stored procedures, most do not realize they can debug user-defined functions as well. After all, if you select the user-defined function in the Object Browser and then right click, the Debug option is grayed out.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 3254  Category: Article    

Handling Assertions in ASP .NET Web Apps
Recently I was moving along with my ASP .NET Web site de-sign and was quite pleased to see just how much easier ASP .NET made the whole process. Being a good boy, I went through the design process and was about to start development when I noticed a small problem.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 1900  Category: Article    

Automatically break into code when calling Debug.Assert in ASP.Net and Web Services
The Debug.Assert is one of the greatest tools for developers to use for creating solid, bug free code. The problem with using Debug.Assert lies when you are writing an ASP.Net web site or Web Service. By default with these types of projects, when an Assertion fails, Visual Studio will log the Assertion message to the Debut Output window. But thats it, no other type of notification that the Assertion failed. ASP.Net and Web Services do not have any built in ability to break into debug mode when an Assertion fails. This sample creates a dll that once referenced by your ASP.Net or Web Service app, just adding a small block of xml into your web.config file will cause the debugger to automatically break into your code.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 2455  Category: Article    

Debugging the .NET Framework Sample Application
In general, debugging a .NET Framework application by running it inside DbgClr requires several steps. Before running the debugging sample, you must first compile the application and its components. If you would like to stop execution at a particular statement, you should perform the following five steps.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 2288  Category: Article    

Debug Your ASP.NET Apps Using Trace
With .NET comes a new way to debug your ASP.NET applications: built-in trace functionality. In this column, I'll cover the TraceContext class, walk through a code example using Visual Studio .NET, and show you how to make the most of the trace output.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 3659  Category: Article    

MyTracer Monitors and Traces ASP.NET Apps
The Microsoft® .NET Framework comes with a rich set of programming tools for debugging and tracing applications. I'm not talking about integrated debuggers; I'm referring to software components that you use in the development cycle. Debuggers are a different animal because they are interactive tools that normally integrate with a full-fledged IDE such as Visual Studio® .NET.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 3225  Category: Article    

Debugging: Global Page Tracing
One of the nicest parts of ASP.net debugging is what I call post-mortem debugging. Lets observe what a typical post-mortem trace looks like on my server need vb Speech SDK example or help. Passing Photograpgh at runtime.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 3002  Category: Article    

Debugging Interop Problems
At Mindreef, we work with many different SOAP implementations. That's why we made sure SOAPscope™ is toolkit-independent. Some of us eschew toolkits, and code our own SOAP. Some prefer Java-based tools, and others use Microsoft .NET. Our student intern, Kevin, insists that Perl and SOAP::Lite are the only way to go. Unfortunately, mixing toolkits doesn't always work out the way you planned.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 1314  Category: Article    

Debug Your ASP.NET Apps Using Trace
One of the most challenging aspects of Active Server Pages (ASP) development prior to .NET was debugging and tracing. Setting up interactive debugging in Visual InterDev was nontrivial, and getting a quick trace of the application at run time required you to resort to Response.Write statements. With .NET comes a new way to debug your ASP.NET applications: built-in trace functionality. In this column, I'll cover the TraceContext class, walk through a code example using Visual Studio .NET, and show you how to make the most of the trace output.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 1592  Category: Article    

Debug XML Web services in VS.NET
XML Web services are touted by Microsoft as the next big thing. But until recently, developers were hampered in their efforts to effectively develop them, placing the future of the new protocol in some doubt. Fortunately, Visual Studio .NET has made the development and consumption of Web services almost trivial, while making it possible—if not always simple—to debug them.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 1665  Category: Article    

Debugging - Debugging
Visual Basic provides many tools to help analyze how your code operates. These debugging tools are particularly useful in locating the source of errors, or bugs. You can also use them to help you learn how code written by other people works. When you write your code, you will never be able to create code that works first time round perfectly. Or if you do, if you change another section of code, this may well affect code you have already written which then does not work.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 1066  Category: Article    

Common Errors When You Debug ASP.NET Applications in Visual Studio .NET
This article provides a list of articles that describe some of the most common problems you encounter when you debug ASP.NET applications in Visual Studio .NET.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 879  Category: Article    

Active Server Pages - Debugging
Developers who make regular use of the VB debugging tools will be in for a shock - there are virtually none for ASP! On your local server, you usually receive a 505 error when there is a scripting error, along with the error description and line number that it occured on.... and that is just about it. If you have a custom 505 error page, you won't even be able to get that.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 1088  Category: Article    

Debugging Windows 2000 COM Applications
The purpose of this article is to outline our server debug process from one very general server symptom: Server ”II” would stop responding to external requests.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 860  Category: Article    

Debugging and Tracing in ASP.NET
In this article we will review these classes and see how to use them. Although we specifically target Web applications in this article most of all that we will discuss applies to other programming models (like standalone programs) too. For now, we will focus on debugging and tracing. The code examples in this article will use C# but the ideas are language independent and can be used in any language that can be used to program in .NET framework.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 803  Category: Article    

Debugging ASP.NET with Notepad
Although VS.NET is a far superior tool for debugging your ASP.NET applications, there still are some powerful tools built into ASP.NET that you can utilize even when using a tool like Notepad.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 972  Category: Article    

ASP.NET Secrets, Part 4-Ten Steps to Successful Debugging
So, what should you do if you attempt to start debugging a Web application and get the dreaded "Unable to start debugging on the Web Server" error? Here's your one-stop checklist...

Type: Debugging  #Views: 906  Category: Article    

Debugging ASP.NET with Notepad
Although VS.NET is a far superior tool for debugging your ASP.NET applications, there still are some powerful tools built into ASP.NET that you can utilize even when using a tool like Notepad.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 885  Category: Article    

Debugging And Tracing in ASP.NET
The .NET framework comes with an enhanced library to aid in debugging and performance monitoring.Before web development was popular and most applications were stand alone programs debugging strategies depended a lot on how and where these were being developed. When developing in C/C++ printf(...) was a favorite debugging tool on both UNIX and DOS environments for programmers. That changed when Integrated Development Environments - IDEs - like Borland's (now Inprise) Turbo C++ and Microsoft's Visual Studio came along.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 941  Category: Article    

Visual Studio .NET Debugging Environment
Debugging ASP.NET concentrates on debugging issues related to Microsoft’s new web development platform, ASP.NET. This article explains the Visual Studio .NET Debugging Environment in detail.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 1000  Category: Article    

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