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Debugging Classic ASP Application in VS.Net
Author: Xin, RichardPosted: 5/29/2005 9:20:55 PM

Lots of us had difficulties to set up true debugging environment to debug classic ASP applications using Microsoft Visual Interdev 6 and lots of us used Response. Write to debug instead. With Visual Studio.NET, you can actually setup to run/debug your classic ASP scripts. Here are the steps to classic ASP applications.

  1. Create a new project (VB.NET/ASP.NET Web Application)
  2. Copy all the asp files(including sub-folders) to the new project folder just created.
  3. Select your project and click on the show all files (see picture below)
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