A Tale of Two Developers and Visual Studio Sites and Apps

We’ve encountered several scenarios in which customers have multiple developers working on a single web application in Visual Studio. In such cases, it’s not uncommon for each developer to be working on a portion of the application. There isn’t any problem in working with this way, but you may encounter some very real problems when…

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<location> Tag Causes Local Automatic ASP.NET debugging not to work in Visual Studio

This week I got an interesting issue altogether. One of my customers was unable to debug ASP.NET 3.5 application locally using Visual Studio 2008. The application was created using Web Application Project. When we started the application using "Start Debugging (F5)", page came up fine but debugger was not getting attached to process. In Visual…

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Issue with publishing web-site as non-updatable with "Use Fixed Naming and Single Page Assembly" and assembly versioning

Few days back I came across an issue with Publish Web Site and assembly versioning. One of my customers was trying to publish a web site as non-updatable with "Use Fixed Naming and Single Page Assembly" option. Also at the same time they are setting the assembly version to the assemblies as well. In this…

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What Vista Firewall settings are required for enabling remote debugging?

This a bit of a tricky thing. We all know the famous KB for “How to turn on remote debugging in Windows XP with Service Pack 2, in Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1, or in Windows Vista” and we do all these settings on the Vista box to turn on debugging. But this is…

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