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Printing to VS.NET output window from ASP.NET

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How can I print output window of VS.NET IDE from my ASP.NET page ?
Console.WriteLine() doesn't seem to work as it works with WinForms..
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by:bowser17
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Im not following your question.  What exactly are you trying to do?
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by:jitganguly
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Are you talkign about

Response.Write("MY message")
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by:vpalmu
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Well..let me explain better, when I use Console.WriteLine("My message") in winform, "My message" will show up in the output window in VS.NET IDE. However in ASP.NET this is not working  and I would like to know if there is a way for doing this ??
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Give this a shot:     Debug.WriteLine("My Message");
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