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Visual Studio .NET 2003 and Visual Studio .NET 2002 (RETIRED)
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Dec 03, 2004 03:25 PM
Hello, I have one solution with two projects. One project is a web project and the other is a dll which implements most of the functionality required by the web project. In the solution, the web project references the data project. The problem is that when I select "step-into" (in debug mode) on a line which references an object in the dll, the debugger does not jump to that line in the project, but instead skips it (as you would expect when referencing a dll not contained in the solution). When editing the code-behind, I right click on the line with the code and select "Go To Definition" which should take me to the line of code in the dll. Instead, it brings up the Object Browser and places the menu at the dll. Both the dll and the project appear in the object browser. In other words, the solution is not identifying the dll project but is using the compiled version instead. Here is what I have tried: Removed the reference to the dll project from the web project, then added the reference to the dll project in the add references dialog box. Opened the web project instead of the solution and added a reference to the dll project (in other words, recreated the solution). Any ideas would be greatly appreaciated. Thanks, Andrew