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Debug COM exposed object inside Visual Studio .Net

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Visual Basic 6.0 allows me to execute a class project and it will temporarily register the COM object so I can call it from ASP or whatnot using the Server.CreateObject call. This was really helpful since it allowed me to step through the VB 6.0 code of the COM object instead of compiling and deploying it each time.

Unfortunately I can't figure out how to do the same thing in Visual Studio .Net. When I try executing the class project it tells me I need an executable to run it. Anyone know how I can do this?
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Right click on the project node->Add reference-> COM tab -> Browse and select the file

This will create a wrapper for your COM to be able to call your component

Thanks.
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by:CyrexCore2k
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Ah, that's not really what I'm asking.

I have some .Net classes that I have exposed as COM objects and I was wondering how to debug them as they were created.
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