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Using the Running Documents Window

The Running Documents window is useful for script debugging, especially for debugging script generated by code on the server. It displays a list of documents that are currently loaded into the program you are debugging. For example, if you add an HTML frameset, the Running Documents window shows you which pages are currently loaded in the browser.

In the Running Documents window you can:

  • Double-click a document to display an editor window for that document.
  • Expand and collapse the list to see the pages or documents within the top-level documents.

To display the Running Documents window

  • From the Debug menu, choose Windows and click Running Documents. (The debugger must be running or in break mode.)

See Also

Running Documents Window | Visual Studio and the Windows Script Debugger | Debugging Script | Debugging Tools for Inspecting Your Program

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