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Debugging in Visual Studio .Net - page needs Querystring parameters

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I'm trying to debug a page using Visual Studio .Net. Usually I just set the page to be the start page and off I go, but this page is opened from another page and needs some querystring-type parameters in the URL.

How can I set these parameters before I start debugging?
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why dont u set the startpage the "another page" and move from that page to the page that needs debugging?
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I don't think it works that way. You attach the debugger to a page. If you click on a link on that page it doesn't debug the newly-opened page. Correct me if I'm wrong.
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Sorry, you're right. I can set the breakpoint and start on the other page. It didn't seem to work before, hence the question.

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