Coverage of the Visual Studio 2010 Historical Debugger

During the last couple of months, I’ve covered the Historical Debugger extensively. If you are interested in learning more about this new feature in Visual Studio 2010, the following blog entries should help you get started. An in depth look at the Historical Debugger in Visual Studio 2010 (Part I) An in depth look at…

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An in depth look at the Historical Debugger in Visual Studio 2010 (Part VI)

In previous blogs, I have covered the Historical Debugger extensively and talked about many of the scenarios. In this post, I’ll walk through another scenario where the Historical Debugger is very useful which is Load Testing. When loading testing an application, you can have the Historical Debugger collect information during the run and if one…

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How to debug an exception with the Visual Studio 2010 Historical Debugger

In a previous blog, I covered how to debug a LINQ to SQL query using the Historical Debugger. In this blog, I’ll discuss using the Historical Debugger to debug an exception. The are a couple of reasons why the Historical Debugger is so useful when it comes to debugging exceptions: If your application handles the…

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The anatomy of the Historical Debugger Navigation Bar (Navbar)

In a recent Channel 9 10-4 video, Brian Keller introduced the Historical Debugger in Visual Studio Team System 2010. One of the features that he described in his video was the Historical Debugger Navigation Bar (Navbar) which he used to step back in the application. In this post, I’m going to describe in detail what…

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An in depth look at the Historical Debugger in Visual Studio 2010 (Part V)

In the fifth installment of this series, I’m going to look at how to use the Historical Debugger to diagnose a Unit Test failure. The experience for using the Historical Debugger for debugging Unit Testing is somewhat similar to diagnosing a manual test failure but the steps are quit different. Example: Debugging a Unit Test…

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