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Debugging client JavaScript in Visual Studio 2005/.NET?

, 19 Dec 2010
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Debugging client JavaScript in Visual Studio 2005/.NET?
Step 1: Enable client-side script debugging in Internet Explorer

  • Open Microsoft Internet Explorer.

  • On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.

  • On the Advanced tab, locate the Browsing section, and uncheck the Disable script debugging check box, and then click OK.

  • Close Internet Explorer

Step 2: In your JavaScript function, add the keyword debugger. This causes VS.NET to switch to debug mode when it runs that line.
Note: If we put the break point only does not work sometimes, so use debugger keyword in the JavaScript code.

<script language="javascript">
       function Add(){
           debbuger; //keyword used to debug the javascript
           var a;

Step 3: Run your ASP.NET application in debug mode.


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