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Old January 16th, 2004, 10:05 AM
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Default Script Debugger setting issue

I do need to debug my asp pages. I have set the application for asp server side script debugging in IIS. The Microsoft Script debugger will open but does not allow me to modify the code. A message box is displayed saying :"File is Read Only". How can I undue this setting in order to correct my code in debugger.

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You can't correct your code while you are debugging. You need to quit out of debug mode. Obviously you technically COULD change the ASP and ASPX code while the debugger is running and without recompiling, but visual studio won't let you do that. To the best of my knowledge there is no setting to disable this. Plus, for the compiled codebehind model it wouldn't do you any good anyway if you are editing the code instead of the markup.

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Other issue: The debugger is opened with the error line highlighted but debugging functionality such as stepIn/Out is not active either.
Do you know why?


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