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Debugging LOB writtne with LOB SDK RRS feed

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  • Depends on the type of WCF adapter you use to host your LOB binding.

    For Isolated receive adapters (WCF-CustomIsolated, WCF-WsHttp and WCF-BasicHttp) you can attach to ASP.Net IIS worker process (such as w3wp.exe in IIS6.0 app pool model), for any BizTalk process hosted (inprocess) adapter, you can attach to BTSNTSVC.exe process.

     

    -Karahan

    Thursday, December 20, 2007 9:56 PM

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  • Depends on the type of WCF adapter you use to host your LOB binding.

    For Isolated receive adapters (WCF-CustomIsolated, WCF-WsHttp and WCF-BasicHttp) you can attach to ASP.Net IIS worker process (such as w3wp.exe in IIS6.0 app pool model), for any BizTalk process hosted (inprocess) adapter, you can attach to BTSNTSVC.exe process.

     

    -Karahan

    Thursday, December 20, 2007 9:56 PM
  • Its probably a bit too later. :-)

    To debug your code within the execution of the "Add Adapter Service Reference" dialog you need to install the Visual Studio SDK, then:

    1. Setup build post event to install adapter in GAC after sucessful installation
    2. Set debug start program to Visual Studio (e.g. C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\Common7\IDE\devenv.exe)
    3. Define the command line to "/ranu /rootsuffix Exp /DesignTimeRun ...\TestEchoAdapter\TestEchoAdapter.sln" (Your TESTPROJECT)
    4. Set breakpoint and press F5, Visual Studio Experimental Hive starts
    5. Debug!

    Jurgen
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    Friday, April 24, 2009 4:41 PM