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debugging ASP with V-interdev on win XP

debugging ASP with V-interdev on win XP

debugging ASP with V-interdev on win XP

hi ,
I'm having a huge problem with debigging asp Pages with
V-Interdev. I've IIS 5.1 running on windows XP(Pro)  .I tried almost everything and nothing worked out as yet.

       I've changed the Authentication , set ASP server / client side debigging in IIS , set v-interdev to debugging , but nothing seems to work out

     i dont see the Catelog class in dcomcnfg and Just a while back i saw in a forum that debugging doesn't work properly if you dont see the catelog class in dcomcnfg. Is this true , and if not then why am i experiencing this problem


RE: debugging ASP with V-interdev on win XP

Not sure if this will help in XP, but it may offer some other insight.  Try Thread117-730053.

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