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oXygen XSLT Debugger
offers XSL debugging support based on the most used XSLT processors: Xalan-J and Saxon. Due to the open source architecture, they are more stable and bug free than proprietary XSLT processors, and the most important: they are true XSLT 1.0 compliant. The XSLT debugger bundles the Saxon 6.5.5, 8.1B and Xalan 2.5.1 transformation engines.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 163  Category: Resource    

Debugging XSLT Stylesheets
This tutorial covers: steps for debugging XSLT stylesheets, using breakpoints, viewing processing information, determining which template generated particular XML output, determining the output generated by a particular XSLT template, profiling XSLT stylesheets handling parser and processor errors, and debugging java files in conjunction with XSLT.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 523  Category: Tutorial    

XQuery Debugger
An overview of the Stylus Studio XQuery Debugger that alows you to set breakpoints and step through the evaluation of any XQuery expression in a way that gives you complete control and visibility into the XQuery expression evaluation process.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 390  Category: Resource    

XSLT Debugger
An overview of the Stylus Studio XSLT debugger, helpful for building bug-free XSLT stylesheets and XML data transformation applications. The XSLT debugger gives you visibility and control over the XSLT transformation process, and supports cross-XSLT-processor (MSXML, Saxon, Xalan, System.XML, etc) , and cross-language XSLT debugging (Java XSLT extension functions, etc).

Type: Debugging  #Views: 405  Category: Resource    

Debugging a Style Sheet
Because the interaction of a style sheet with a data file can be complex, and style sheet errors are not always obvious, this section provides troubleshooting advice for the style sheet author.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 594  Category: Resource    

Stylesheet Debugging Tips
When your XSLT stylesheet doesn't do exactly what you want it to and you don't know why, what resources are available to figure it out? In other words, how do you debug a buggy stylesheet?

Type: Debugging  #Views: 827  Category: TipsAndTricks    

Debugging Tips
Developing code is difficult, developing code that works is even more difficult! You need techniques to debug your application.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 617  Category: TipsAndTricks    

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: 1527  Category: Article    

Debugging Microsoft .NET
This session described a full range of techniques for effective debugging under .NET. Most of them were the plain and practical explanations of features that the CLR tools and Visual Studio.NET provide natively.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 871  Category: Resource    

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: 563  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: 768  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: 987  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: 1084  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: 552  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: 629  Category: Article    

Debug XML Web services in VS.NET
Visual Studio .NET makes developing Web services applications relatively easy, but debugging them is a different story. Learn how to debug your Web service apps using VS.NET. Examples

Type: Debugging  #Views: 1149  Category: Example    

Debugging Hosted Assemblies
For our purposes I elected to use a NUnit assembly and NUnit to demonstrate debugging a hosted process.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 903  Category: Example    

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: 521  Category: Article    

Using the Standalone GUI Debugger with ASP.NET
Recently I participated in a newsgroup thread on debugging ASP.NET and I advocated using the GUI Debugger standalone debugger when you don't have VS.NET or just don't want to fire up VS.NET to run a debug against one or more ASP.NET pages. This is especially handy when you use editors such as Web Matrix and other basic text editors instead of coughing up the $$$ to license and use VS.NET. AS I found myself going into a kinda long explanation of how to use GUI Debugger with ASP.NET, I decided to just post this brief tutorial for everyone to access in the future.

Type: Debugging  #Views: 569  Category: Tutorial    

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: 753  Category: Article    

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