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Debugger Project Settings 

Certain project settings also affect debugging. These settings determine such things as what directories the debugger looks at, the command and command arguments used to launch the program, and the type of debug information created for the program. You can change these settings in the Property Pages dialog box.

This section describes what options are available, and how to set them.

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SQL Debugging Software Requirements

Describes debugger settings in the Options dialog box.

How to: Set Debug and Release Configurations

Describes the Debug and Release settings, and how to switch between them.

Project Settings for a C++ Debug Configuration

Lists properties available in the Property Pages dialog box for C or C++ projects.

How to: Set SQL Server Permissions for Debugging

Lists properties available in the Property Pages dialog box for C# projects.

Project Settings for a Visual Basic Debug Configuration

Lists properties available in the Property Pages dialog box for Visual Basic projects.

PDB Files (C++)

Describes the program database (PDB) files for a project.

DBG Files

Describes the DBG files that are created for C++ projects.

Installing Symbols for Debugging System Call Crashes

Describes how to install PDB and DBG files to debug crashes that happen inside a system call.

Related Sections

Debug Source Files, Common Properties, Solution Property Pages Dialog Box

Specifies where the debugger will look for source files when debugging.

Symbols, Debugging, Options Dialog Box

Specifies where the debugger will look for symbols when debugging.

Debug Settings and Preparation

Describes the debugger-related property settings, and the preparation needed in order to debug your program with the Visual Studio debugger.

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