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How to debug in VB 6.0 with different projects

Posted on 2010-08-17
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Hi,

I have two projects in VB, one for presentation and another for business logic. I need
to debug the business logic but starting the project in the presentation. How could I do that?

Thank you in advance.
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If the business logic project is a COM DLL, you can directly add to your presentation project by doing File->Add Project, and then add a reference of the former project.
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You can actually add a project to a project and create a project group.  This way you can step through either piece of the project depending upon where you start the project.  This is very handy for figuring out how the 2 interact.
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Zhaolai,

It was perfect and fast man! Thanks a lot.
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