Last post Feb 12, 2010 03:08 AM by SanjitN
May 28, 2009 02:04 AM|Liaquat|LINK
i am facing following problem in asp.net 1.1.
The breakpoint will not currently be hit. No Symbols have been loaded for this document.
If anybody know how to solve this problem do let me know
May 28, 2009 04:42 AM|majek|LINK
Is this a web service or a remote install? If you are debugging an application remotely, you need to make sure you are in debug mode and you have the lasted build on the remote computer otherwise you will get this error.
Please mark as answered if this solves your problem.
Jun 02, 2009 06:11 AM|Thomas Sun – MSFT|LINK
Please make sure you select Debug from solution configuration dropdownlist in menu bar.
If the debugger doesn’t load the .pdb file, the Breakpiont cannot be hit. So please make sure that the symbols are loaded by the debugger. We can check if the debugger loads this pdb file by the following steps (Debug->Windows->Modules), and then select
your dll module to see if the pdb file is loaded. If the pdb file is not loaded, we can load it manually (Right click the dll model->Select Load Symbols).
You can get more information about debugging by referring to
http://blogs.msdn.com/jimgries/pages/visual-studio-debugger-faq.aspx (Section: Breakpoints and other Execution Control).
I look forward to receiving your test results.
Dec 16, 2009 03:45 PM|chandu1256|LINK
IT is clear that breakpoint will not be hit!! check to see if the paths you are using have a required permissions.
I had a similar problem where my breakpoints in aspx file wouldnt hit. I couldnt browse the file from IIS either. I checked the flow and changed the config file which had the path for the file to be written and changed...then everything went fine..
Feb 06, 2010 06:46 AM|Kannandesikan|LINK
i can't fined the pdb file and where i can found dll model
pls give the detail step by step i need urgenly
Feb 12, 2010 03:08 AM|SanjitN|LINK
Here is a post that tells you some steps to overcome this problem.
Let me know if it helped.
And also post the code for which the error occurs if you can.