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Help with visual studio 2008 and IIS.the breakpoint will not currently be hit. the source code is different from the original version

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Hi,

I am trying to debug my asp.net application in visual studio 2008. I not able to step in to my code. When I mouseover in the breakpoint, getting the message "the breakpoint will not currently be hit. the source code is different from the original version".

I have vista enterprise installed on system.

Could anyone help me out.

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I had to install visual studio team system. Then it started working.
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