The recent updates of Visual Studio 2017 (version 15.5 Preview) comprise with several sets of new features and improvements. Once of such great enhancement is “step-back” while debugging. Now, you can perform a step-backward and forward while debugging your code with IntelliTrace Debugging. Visual Studio takes snapshots of each breakpoint while debugging and allows us […]
IntelliTrace Navigation Bar or Navigation Gutter is used for code navigation while debugging using IntelliTrace. To know more about IntelliTrace you can find out my list of articles http://bit.ly/l4Na92 . In this post I am going to share a small tips this you might came across while using IntelliTrace Debugging.
IntelliTrace is a new feature of Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate Edition. By default, IntelliTrace is enabled. During debugging in Visual Studio, IntelliTrace works in the background and collects debugging information automatically and stores them in IntelliTrace Log File (.iTrace file). You can use the log file at any point of time to see what happened […]
While dealing with IntelliTrace, sometime you must have noticed there are so many event capture by the IntelliTrace. You can filter them out by selecting categories from IntelliTrace Window which will minimize the number of events captured. As shown in below image, I have filtered the records on “ASP.NET” Categories,hence it’s displaying all the ASP.NET […]
Visual Studio 2010 SP1 beta allows you to save IntelliTrace information from IntelliTrace Window. During debugging you may found, the current debugging information is important for you and it’s needs to be save and you don’t want restart the debug session. For this type of situation now you can save log information from IntelliTrace window […]
Exception filters are not new. Its been there for a long time (at least for than a year) as it is been released with .NET framework 6.0. But I do see developers don’t know the basic advantages of using exception filters and use code inside catch to determine problems. Let us look how exception filters […]
#1 : Get list of all active session variables in ASP.NET This post talks about how you can get list of all active Session Variables in ASP.NET Application. The easiest way to get the details of session variable is using “Tracing” . If you enable the “Tracing” for your application, you can get list of […]
DubuggerHidden attribute tells the Visual Studio debugger that the method is hidden from the debugging process and while debugging. This is quite helpful when you don’t want to go to stepping inside of a method while debugging. When you mark a method with DebuggerHidden() attributes, It’s explicitly tells the debugger not to step inside of […]