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How to review an existing web application via VS2010 to see which pages and files were processed before a page ultimately appears on my monitor as I press different controls on the home page?

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I am reviewing somebody's ASP.Net C# application to try and learn how to write my own web application.

How could I review this existing web application via VS2010 to see which pages and files were processed before a page ultimately appears on my monitor as I press different navigation controls from the home page?

The individual who wrote the ASP.Net C# application gave me their web application to review.

How would I be able to debug this existing web application using VS2010 to follow the sequence of pages that were processed by the web server before a web page appears on my monitor?
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Hmmm...that almost sounds like you need a web crawler to discover the site map for the web pages...
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