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I have just taken over a project for another programmer.  My problem is that whenever I put break points in the code, the IDE doesn't actually stop at the break points.  I have verified that the project is set to be in Debug mode and not in Release mode.  

What the heck am I missing?
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Where are you putting the break points?  Is this a referenced project or a DLL?  Multiple project solution?

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Ok.. if this is an external project/Service then you need to add it to the Debug process..

Pls attacth the application to the debug process.
Tools->Debug Process->Attacth

For this you need to have the PDB file of the project your currently working

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