VS 2010 Using a stale copy of ASMX page

Posted on 2011-05-11
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I have a VS 2010 solution that contains a web project (which is configured as a web project not a web application).  When I modify one of the ASMX pages on this project, I do not see the changes when I "View in Browser".  I have tried clean/rebuild/close and re-open Visual Studio.  I also do not see the changes when I run it in debug.  Is there some cache somewhere I can clear that can force this ASMX page to refresh and use my new code?  Has anyone run into this type of behavior before?
Question by:nicolees
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    Accepted Solution

    With IE9, sometimes I have to clear the browsing history for changes to show up.

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    Thanks, that did resolve it.

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