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Posted on 2011-03-18
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Hello,

how can I trace an asp code? I'm using VS 2010 and need to trace following code. Is it possible?

Thanks!

<asp:Button ID="btnAddToCart" runat="server" OnCommand="OnCommand" Text="add to cart"
                        CommandName="AddToCart" CommandArgument='<%#Eval("ProductVariantId")%>' CssClass="productvariantaddtocartbutton" />

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by:SunnyDark
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You should be able to just put a break point, why that's not an option?
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by:akohan
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In C# code it shows up when I create a break point but in javascript it doesn't show any thing!


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by:hank2011
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you could do a few things in asp enable the tracing for a page writing a trace message using TraceContext.Write or TraceContext.Warn or simply use the breakpoint. There is also a application level tracing.
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example in c#

 If (Trace.IsEnabled) {
    For (int i=0; i<ds.Tables["Books"].Rows.Count; i++) {
         Trace.Write("Prod",ds.Tables["Books"].Rows[ i ] [0].ToString());
    }
}
[Visual Basic]
If Trace.IsEnabled Then
    For i=0 To ds.Tables("Books").Rows.Count-1
        Trace.Write("Prod",ds.Tables("Books").Rows( i )(0).ToString())
    Next
End If


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Context.Trace.Write("My Class","This is a sample trace statement.");
[Visual Basic]
Context.Trace.Write("My Class","This is a sample trace statement.")

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Trace.Warn("Render", "Text is about to render.");
[Visual Basic]
Trace.Warn("Render", "Text is about to render.")


 
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by:akohan
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Thanks.
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