Connect to Services Connect to personal services for more relevant search results across services. I have VS.NET 2003 and 2005 beta 1 running side-by-side on my box and noticed ASP.NET Version 2.0 is targeted by default, even for VS.NET 2003 projects. Good luck. Then, you can still attach directly via the Attach to Process … dialog, by specifying the server's machine name. weblink
Click Help for more information. I tried creating an exact copy of the virtual directory (path, permissions etc.) with a different name. This sounds like a simple solution -- simply use ASP.NET version 1.1.4322. But the debugger is highlighting the incorrect line - always one or two line ahead of where it really is. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12182056/vs2010-unable-to-start-debugging-cannot-locate-microsoft-internet-explorer
Changing the version of ASP.NET v2.0 to v1.1 worked. It's not a permissions issue, but for some reason certain things cause all local websites to run in the Internet Zone, rather than Local Intranet Zone. In the Server section, select Use custom server option, set the Base URL same as that of the Start URL.
If you first installed VS and then IIS, you should reinstall .NET Framework using "Repair" option (you do not need to reinstall Visual Studio) Hope it'll help in some cases Ryan We are unable to reproduce the issue with the steps you provided. what a pain in the ass! Select ASP.NET Version. (If you using .NET2.0 and .Net1.0 you will have to manually set this property to the version the websites is compiled in.) elmedesa 5/16/2008 7:56 AM Gracias por
Samantha 1/21/2009 6:19 AM Changing the .net version on IIS worked for me! They do not report failures; they simply do not return values (null). I had problems to debug in Visual Studio 2005 in Windows Vista (the breakpoints did not respond), so i ran VS2005 in administrator mode and the breakpoint works fine, but now Is there any reason why it will not work?
The message is: "The upgrade patch cannot be installed by the Windows Installer service because the program to be updated may be missing or the upgrade patch may update a different The Dll didn't work for me, but I removed the "Application_AuthenticateRequest" event from the Global.asax (while developing) and everything works fine now. Reply Anonymous May 18, 2007 at 10:18 am Thanks, Mike! Under the tab labeled ASP.NET, I was using 2.0.5072.
Nata 10/12/2006 1:20 AM Hi I've installed IIS after VS2005 and have had the same problems with debugging. Glenn 9/12/2006 8:49 AM Thanks for this blog entry! Any help or direction would be appreciated.. Copied in application code - and it works!
Jim 10/24/2006 12:58 PM While trying to debug on my local box, I found something else that can cause the infamous "Unable to Start Debugging on the Web Server". - I http://ibuildsystem.com/unable-to/unable-to-start-tcp-ip-cannot-find-dhcp-server.php When I reverted back to version 1.1.422, the debug problems went away. The above error will come if your web.config or webinfo file got error. Look for the checkbox on the Authentication Method dialog launched from the Directory Security tab of the site properties. (2) Make sure that HTTP Keep Alives are enabled.
Would you like to disable future attempts to debug ASP.NET pages for this project? Could you please attach a screenshot to this feedback through our site or provide more steps/information to help us better understand the issue?Thanks again for your efforts and we look forward Turned out there was a web.config, at wwwroot, one level above the folder that contained his web service and his web.config. check over here Thanks for your expertise!
the ASP.NET process needs read access to this file. If the former, you need to install at least one authentication module from the setup menu … Thanks, Mike Reply Mike Volodarsky June 8, 2007 at 10:18 am Rusty, The easiest Adding the http://localhost worked for me.
Any help would be much appreciated. The server committed a protocol violation. When I reverted back to version 1.1.422, the debug problems went away. Thanks, Mike Reply Anonymous June 18, 2007 at 8:24 am Hi Mike, Thanks for the response.
The download seems to indicate that it is for IIS 6.0. The web server is not configured correctly. If you have any, let me know. this content Has anyone experienced similar, or knows what this could be?
How is Anti Aliasing Implemented in Ray Tracing? Also, if you are trying this on a 64bit machine, make sure you have a 64 bit version of the debug assistant, and visa versa for 32 bit machines. When installing the DebugAssistant, I was getting an error. wad shld i do?