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  Asked By: Colleen    Date: Oct 29    Category: Asp.net    Views: 1039
  

This is a unique problem did anyone of you faced this

I have a Microsoft Visual Studio .NET,The other day I
was trying to debug a file in my project and it was
working fine
but today it wasnt working Does any one have a Idea as
to what is happening.I set the
break points and Clicked start but it not getting in
the debug mode,So what I did is
opened another project which is comparitively smaller
and tried to Debug one of the file
in that project in the same fashion but this time it
worked while in my original Projhect it doesnt work

I hope I am successfull to make you understand my
problem.

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5 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered By: Farah Khan     Answered On: Oct 29

Your project  is probably set  to 'Release' mode. Check
this setting on the toolbar or via
Tools...Options...Configuration.

This setting is quite easy to set accidentally on the
toolbar - I've done it myself in the past.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Eline Bakker     Answered On: Oct 29

I put it in the debug  mode from the toolbar
but still helpless!!

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Harriet Hughes     Answered On: Oct 29

Under your project  folder are BIN and OBJ folders. Look for and delete any DLL or PDB files for your project(what you created....not something else you may have copied or installed there).

 
Answer #4    Answered By: Blandina Garcia     Answered On: Oct 29

I did what you had suggested but atill the problem
persists.I really dont know what can be wrong.Its
strange I open other Projects and the Debugger works
fine

 
Answer #5    Answered By: Addison Campbell     Answered On: Oct 29

I did what you had suggested but atill the problem
persists.I really dont know what can be wrong.Its
strange I open other Projects and the Debugger works
fine

Hey One more thing I noticed now is that I cut Coied
and pasted the DLL from the Bin directory to other
folder on the desktop now when I debug  my project
without the DLL in the Bin directory the DLLs are
placed back Automatically in the Bin directory after
Building the Project

 
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