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What's New in the Visual Studio .NET 2003 Debugger

Visual Studio .NET 2003

The Visual Studio .NET 2003 debugger has been enhanced by the addition of the following features:

  • Security enhancements, including a new restriction on Just-In-Time Debugging that improves security by preventing Just-in-Time debugging across machines.
  • Remote debugging using pipes, a new, more secure alternative to TCP/IP debugging.
  • The ability to load dumps containing managed information. Managed dumps can be debugged using the SOS debugging tool, which runs from the Command window.
  • Automatic stepping into XML Web services.
  • Support for automatically downloading of debug symbols from a symbol server.
  • Improved error messages, especially for errors that occur while debugging Web applications.
  • A new pseudovariable $exception for retrieving information on C# exceptions.

See Also

What's New in the Visual Studio .NET 2002 Debugger | Debugging | Debugging Samples and Walkthroughs | What's New in Visual C++ .NET | Visual Basic and Visual C# | Visual C++ .NET | Managed Extensions for C++ | JScript

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