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Debugging Preparation: Web Applications 

This section describes how to debug the basic project types created by the Web Site project templates.

Two of the project types (ATL Server Web Service and ATL Server Projects) are actually Visual C++ types, but are included here because the debugging techniques used with them have more in common with Web Applications.

In This Section

Debugging Preparation: ASP.NET Web Applications

Describes ASP.NET applications, and provides basic debugging guidelines.

Debugging Preparation: XML Web Service Projects

Describes ASP.NET Web Services applications, and provides basic debugging guidelines.

Debugging Preparation: ATL Server Web Services

Describes ATL Server Web Services, provides basic debugging guidelines, and instructions on manually setting a Debug configuration.

Debugging Preparation: ATL Server Projects

Describes ATL Server applications, provides basic debugging guidelines, and instructions on manually setting a Debug configuration.

Related Sections

Debug Settings and Preparation

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

Debugging Web Applications

Covers common debugging problems and techniques for web applications such as ASP.NET, XML Web Services, and ATL Web Server applications.

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