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I can't seem to debug my VB 6.0 app on the server, ASP debugging is working but I cannot step thru my compiled code.

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I am running a n-tier system in COM+ on a win2k server. I have started the VB project from the IDE on the server and when I access a web page which uses this app I cannot step thru my code to debug. I know this is possible as I have had it working before but cannot for the life of me remember how I did it.

ASP debugging with Microsoft script debugger is working fine but thats as far as I get. Someone mentioned I should reference the vbp file of my running VB app but I never had to do this to get it working before, this is not always possible anyway as my interdev project is on a client machine and interdev does not find the running vbp.

I can't seem to find any literature on this topic so any tips or suggestions would be much appreciated.

thanx
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In your vb code lines, try press the F9, then when the code running and hit the break line, you can press F8 to do line debuging, isn't it?
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