Tracing down errors in web applications and services is no easy task. To make it simpler, learn how to add trace statements to your code. They appear only when tracing is enabled on the web page or the web site.
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For certain data sensitive web pages, you probably do not want users to use a web browser's back button because they may retrieve and repost a page from the browser's cache, which may cause an unexpected problem and sometimes crash your application. This is the so-called back button problem. Learn how to get rid of the little bug in an ASP .NET way.
The Whammy debugging tool permits you to use the .NET Framework to add detailed tracing information to your application in a very unobtrusive way.
Employ some useful .NET features to build an auto profiler, which a consumer can use to time any statement, method, or larger block of code just by calling a couple of methods.
More on ASP.NET 2.0's master pages: Here you see the various ways of specifying the master page to use and ways to work with master pages programmatically.
For complex data types, the traditional display offered by debug windows is inadequate. Visual C++ 2005 makes a dramatic upgrade to the variable display, offering a number of improvements in the way you can examine data during a debug session.
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