Debug Stored Procedures in VB.NET

Monday Oct 14th 2002 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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Dianne Siebold covers the options available for debugging stored procedures in SQL Server 2000 from within Visual Studio .NET, as well as some configuration issues you might encounter.

[From Visual Basic Magazine]

Debugging is an integral part of writing an application. Visual Studio .NET provides numerous enhancements to the debugger, including a unified debugging interface, Web service debugging, and cross-language debugging. One of the debugger's most useful new features is the ability to debug stored procedures. In this article, author Dianee Siebold covers the options for debugging stored procedures in SQL Server 2000 from within VS.NET, as well as some configuration issues you might encounter.

The complete article is available at http://www.fawcette.com/vsm/2002_11/magazine/columns/databasedesign/default.asp.


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