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Developing Win-based Applications with MS VB.NET

 

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You use Visual Studio .NET to create a class library project. Another developer named Lilliane uses ASP.NET to create an Internet application for your company's Web site. Lilliane deploys your class library to the \bin folder of her ASP.NET application on your company's development Web server. She has access to your source code through a share on another network server. Lilliane reports that her application can instantiate and use classes from your class library. However, when she is debugging her application, she cannot step into code within your class library. You must ensure that developers who use your class library can step through the code for debugging purposes. Which three actions should you take? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose three)

A. Use the Build Configuration Manager to set the Active Solution Configuration option to Debug. Set the Project Configuration to Debug. Build your class library.

B. Add the class library project to the ASP .NET solution.

C. Copy the .dll file from the Debug folder of the class library project to the \bin folder of the ASP .NET application.

D. Copy the .pdb file from the Debug folder of the class library project to the \bin folder of the ASP .NET application.

E. Copy the TempPE folder Debug folder of the class library project to the \bin folder of the ASP.NET application.

F. Copy the source code for the class library to the ASP.NET application folder on the Web server.

G. Register the class library on the Web server by using RegSvr32.exe.

My answer is A, C & F.

A and C seem to be universally accepted. The final point is the contentious one.

It is not D. You don't need to copy the PDB files. The debugger creates these as it needs. Just look in the /obj/debug folder of any application you have ever debugged and they will just be there even though you never created them.

It is not G. RegSvr32.exe is just for registering COM components. I did a search on the .NET SDK for "RegSvr32.exe" and got 2 hits - both about registering COM components. There is no mention is the SDK/MSDN relating RegSvr32.exe in any way to debugging.

It is F. You need the source code. That is verified from two different sources (see below), but I think it is obvious when you think about it. When you are debugging you see the source code - complete with comments and formatting. How would the debugger be able to work that out from just compiled DLL or EXE? The question specifies that the source code is available.

My sources for believing that the answer is A C & F are as follows:

Source 1:
ASP.NET for Developers, Michael Amundsen/Paul Litwin, SAMS publishing,
Page 385 "Debugging Compiled Components".
You can also debug compiled components using the CLR Debugger. To do this you need to compile your components with the debug+ command-line option (BraindumpNote. You can also set the build properties to Debug - which is option A of the available answers). This instructs the compiler to create the proper debug information file and store it in the same location as your DLL. This file is given the same name as your compiled component, but has a file extension of PDB (Program Debugging) instead of DLL. Following is a command line coimpile command for a simple component that includes the debug+ option:

vbc /target:library /debug+ sample.vb

Once the component is properly compiled, you can load the source code into the debugger and set breakpoints as you would any ASPX page you are debugging. (BraindumpNote - so you need the sourcecode - answer F)

Source 2:
MSDN: "Debugging Deployed ASP.NET Applications"

Sometimes, you may need to debug a Web application that is already deployed and running on a server. To debug a deployed and running application from Visual Studio .NET, you must attach to the ASP.NET worker process (aspnet_wp.exe) and ensure that the debugger can find symbol information for the application. In addition, you must locate and open the source files for the application.

That is pretty clear that you need the source code. Again it says that answer F is correct.

I hope this helps. I was just trying to clarify the answer for myself.

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