This section describes how the debugger uses symbol files and source files to display information for debugging.
Describes PDB files and how they are generated for C++.
Describes PDB files and how they are generated for C# and Visual Basic.
(C++ only) Describes DBG files, which permit debugging when source code is missing for certain modules, such libraries or Windows APIs. DBG files also permit debugging OLE RPC.
Describes where to find PDB and DBG files when they are not in their default locations.
Describes how to use a Symbol Server for debugging crashes that happen inside system calls.
Describes how to get the correct version of the source code if the source code is not available on the local computer.
Specifies where the debugger will look for source files when you debug.
Specifies where the debugger will look for symbols when debugging.
Describes the debugger-related property settings, and the preparation needed to debug your program with the Visual Studio debugger.