Source Line Location Using Remote Stack Trace

Posted on 2010-01-06
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Per the attached text I am looking for an explanation as to what the numbers mean after each line in the Stack Trace when an error occurs on a remote web server. My mainframe assembly knowledge tells me these might be byte offsets perhaps from the beginning of the class or module.

Is there a way to know what the source code line is using these numbers?

I do have debugging turned on. In my development environment the numbers after each line of the Stack Trace represent source code line numbers.

Much thanks for an assistance ... David
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Those are IL (Intermediate Language) offset numbers, and you might be able to get the line numbers by looking at the IL code that is generated.  

I believe that is more useful to look at the Patient_Refill.tbxPrescriptionNumber_TextChanged event handler for the exception cause.
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just look at the top to get the most rlevant code for you which is

   Patient_Refill.tbxPrescriptionNumber_TextChanged(Object sender, EventArgs e) +744

and line number is 744

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by:David Bach
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Greetings The Learned One;

I do not know how to view the IL code. I will look for it and see what I make of it.

Much thanks ... David

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