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Default Ch 9 Routing - debug tool

Hi Jon,

VS2013, VB, MVC5

Is the route debugger only for use with traditional routing?

I get a lot of routes if I have routing attributes set and I'm not seeing how the tool helps. With attribute routing, every route matches with the 2nd line down in the matrix and it has 'n/a' for each column to the right of 'True'. I.E. it doesn't show a match for the routes specified for each Controller/Action pairing, only that undefined row in the matrix (and of course *catchall).

Since the book suggests new applications should use Attribute routing, does the debug tool lose its usefulness, or is there a different tool to use, or a different setup for this tool to make it work more effectively with Attribute routing?

Thanks for any insight.

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Alan
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