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Debugging Preparation: Visual C++ Project Types

This section describes how to debug the basic project types created by the Visual C++ project templates.

Note that those project types that create DLLs as their output have been grouped into Debugging DLL Projects because of the common features they share.

Two Visual C++ project types (ATL Server Web Service and ATL Server Projects) are included in Debugging Preparation: Web Applications because the debugging techniques used with them have more in common with Web Applications.

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Debugging Preparation: Recommended Property Settings

Describes the debugging-related properties and their recommended settings.

Debugging Preparation: Windows Forms Applications (.NET)

Describes Visual C++ Windows applications, provides basic debugging guidelines, and instructions on manually setting a Debug configuration.

Debugging Preparation: Win32 Projects

Describes debugging Win32 applications.

Debugging Preparation: XML Web Services (C++)

Describes the process of debugging an XML Web Service project. Information includes debugging calls to the XML Web services from client applications and changing Debug and Release configurations.

Related Sections

Debugging Native Code

Discusses some common debugging problems and techniques for C and native Visual C++ applications.

Debug Settings and Preparation

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

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