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Default Ch 8, No ASP page in debugger, only ie

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In chapter 8, page 362 the book tells us to open the ASP verision of debug.asp instead of the IE version.

My debugger does'nt seem to be showing the asp version for me to open.

I tried manually opening the file, but the following example with the f9 button doesn't work.

What do you think the problem is?

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Oh wait, thats chapter 9!

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Is 362 still the correct page?

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Yes page 362, Ch 9.

My debugger does'nt show the Microsoft Active Server Pages catagory. Only the ie.

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I am having this same exact problem.

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Any solutions?

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Hi there...I have the same problem Tao had with debugging ASP: The Windows Script Debugger only lists IE pages and not the server-side ASP pages.

I am running XP Pro, IIS 5.1, IE 6.0

Did you get a solution? In which case i'd be most grateful if you could send it to me.

Many thanks...I've spent hours on this one!

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It has been several months since I have given this any thought. I will check at home this evening on my XP computer. I verified that it works as indicated on my W2K computer here at work.

I will let you know what I find.

GWhite

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Hmmm. I'm running Windows 2000.
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Did anybody ever find a solution to this?? I'm running XP and have exactly the same problem. I spent many hours on this, found on the forum that other people had the same problem, then found that there was no answer!!

 


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