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SQL Debugging Software Requirements

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This section describes the software required for debugging the code in a SQL Server database. There are additional requirements when debugging a SQL Server multi-tier application. For more information, see Multi-tier Application Database Debugging.

SQL debugging with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 requires the following software on the server:

  • Microsoft Windows 2000 or later is recommended.

  • SQL Server 2005 or SQL Server 2000 with Service Pack 3 required.

SQL CLR debugging requires the following additional software on the server:

  • The Remote Debugging Monitor (msvsmon) is required to be running when you debug. If you are running SQL Server 2005 , the setup program to install msvsmon is already on the server, in <sql server install dir>\ 90\Shared\1033\rdbgsetup.exe. Run this program to install it, and SQL Server will launch it whenever you step into or hit a breakpoint.

  • All other requirements on this page apply to SQL CLR as well as TSQL.

With Visual Studio 2005, you can debug multi-tier applications that make connections to SQL Server databases and execute SQL stored procedures. To do this, the application tier must connect to the databases using one of the following:

  • SQL Client.

  • OLE DB, ODBC, or DBLIB.

  • A technology such as ADO or ADO.NET that is built on top of OLE DB or ODBC.

  • The managed data adapter for SQL Server.

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