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Old October 14th, 2009, 06:06 PM
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Default Dennis Keith

I know this is a bare bones basic question, but is there a good writeup or walkthrough for debugging ASP.NET? I have worked for a while in Visual Studio (Web services and windows applications) as well as M$ofts SQL Server and, unfortunately, I am used to being able to walk through the code to find and solve problems. There appears to be no way to put a breakpoint in the markup code and most of the time, for reasons I don't yet understand, the breakpoints I put in the code behind are for elements/symbols that are not loaded. I know there has to be a better way, I just want to find it.

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