I went to debug it using the built-in debugger in Visual Studio (VS) and received an error that the class module cannot be loaded. I know it is finding the module because if I move it to a different location in my project, it specifies that it cannot find the module.
This got me thinking about the whole subject of httpModules and their deployment on a localhost webserver and also use in VS debugging and I now have the following questions as a new and aspiring .NET programmer -
1. Does using the VS debugger make a difference? Does for example the module need to be registered separately ahead of time somehow on the localhost? Does it make a difference that the web.config file, the class module for the LanguageModule and the page itself (as well as the App_GlobalResources files) are all inside the same VS project?
2. Does the httpModule need to be registered separately on the local IIS for the application? I mean, I'm sure it needs to be so registered if I am running the application in a browser outside of Visual Studio, - but what about from within VS using the debugger? Doesn't the built-in compiler in the Debugger handle this (registration)?
3. If none of the above are issues in using the VS debugger, how can I go about debugging why the module won't load?
Thanks everyone for your assistance. I hope this isn't too much of a newbie question for the esteemed company!
Thanks Richard for your answer. I can post it there as well, I was just not sure because this is more of a general question relating to VS and the debugger there and not so much having to do with the method shown.
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