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Value of variables in debug mode

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my project is a clr (VC++) project. i want to debug and to trace my code ( in debug mode)
but as soon as i call
da->Fill(dS, L"tlbReferalPersonInfo");
then i can't see value of objects.
for example in my code bellow (in debug mode) :
int otherVal = 10;
SqlCommand^ cmd = gcnew SqlCommand(sPersonInfoRecord, objConHIS1);
cmd->CommandType = System::Data::CommandType::StoredProcedure;
cmd->Parameters->AddWithValue(L"@IDADMITClinic", nAdmitClinic);
SqlDataAdapter^ da = gcnew SqlDataAdapter(cmd);
da->SelectCommand = cmd;
da->Fill(dS, L"tlbReferalPersonInfo");


after calling Fill() function, i can't see value of "ds's members" or even the value of "otherVal"
how do i debug my code ?

why??? please help me to trace my code.

What I have tried:

i can't see Value of variables in debug mode when i call SqlDataAdapter.Fill() function!!!!
Tags: CLR, debugging, VC++, SqlDataAdapter


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