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Debugging ATL Server Web Applications

This topic applies to:

Visual Studio

Edition

Visual Basic

C#

C++

J#

Visual Web Developer

Express

No

No

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No

No

Standard

No

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Yes

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Pro/Team

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Yes

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Active Template Library (ATL) is a legacy technology that can be used when performance requirements are very stringent. If your requirements are less stringent, you should consider building your applications using the .NET Framework.

In This Section

ATL Server Security

Addresses security considerations of ATL Server Web applications.

What's New in Debugging ATL Server Web Applications

Highlights three features introduced with ATL Server and Visual Studio that simplify debugging Web applications or XML Web services created with ATL Server.

Debugging XML Web Services Created with ATL Server

Describes debugging techniques specific to XML Web services created with ATL Server.

Related Sections

Debugging Web Applications

Describes common debugging problems and techniques you may encounter when debugging Web applications.

Debug Settings and Preparation

Covers the settings and preparation that you must perform to debug your program with the Visual Studio debugger.

Debugging in Visual Studio

Provides links to the larger sections of the debugging documentation.

Debugger Security

Describes best practices for secure debugging.

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