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TAbLE 8-1 Common HTTP Status Codes
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The request is not understood (unintelligible). The user does not have access to the requested resource. The file is not found at the requested URL. The request method is not supported. The requested Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) type is not accepted. The request has timed out. An internal server error has occurred. The capacity of the server has been reached.
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Lesson 1: Debugging Websites
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ChAPTER 8
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The HTTP status codes in IIS 7 have been extended to provide some additional information they now include decimal point values. For example, the 403 code indicating that access is forbidden includes 403.1 to 403.19, to provide details on why access was forbidden. For more information, see The HTTP status codes in IIS 7.0 (which also applies to IIS 7.5) in the MSDN Knowledge Base at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/943891.
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Debugging Remotely
In most scenarios, you debug a website by running it locally on your development machine. This puts the client browser, the development environment (Visual Studio), and the web server on a single machine. In this case, Visual Studio automatically connects to the running site s process and allows you to debug your website. However, there might be occasions when you need to debug an issue against a remote server when an error appears after a website has been deployed to the production environment, for example. In these scenarios, you will need to enable remote debugging. Some of the details of enabling remote debugging are specific to the environment. There are slight modifications to the process depending on your domain, credentials, and the operating systems in use by the developer and the server. However, the process of enabling remote debugging is made easier with the Visual Studio Remote Debugging Monitor (msvsmon.exe). You run this tool on the server you intend to debug. The tool can be found inside your 32-bit development environment installation folder (for example, Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\Common7\IDE\Remote Debugger\). If you have installed a 64-bit version of Visual Studio, it will be installed within the Program Files (x86) folder. You can copy the file to a file share or over to the server. You can also install the tool from the Visual Studio DVD set. When you run the tool, it first determines whether Windows Firewall is configured to allow remote debugging, and prompts you to open the remote debugging port if necessary. You can find a detailed walkthrough of manual configuration of the firewall in the MSDN documentation (see How to: Manually Configure the Windows Vista Firewall for Remote Debugging, at http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/bb385831.aspx). When it is running, the remote debugger (as shown in Figure 8-3) displays debugging events.
FigURE 8-3 The Remote Debugging Monitor user interface.
ChAPTER 8
Debugging and Deploying
You can use the Remote Debugging Monitor tool to set remote debugging security options on the server. To do so, from the Tools menu, select Options. This opens the Options dialog box, as shown in Figure 8-4. Here you set the server name to a user and a server. Each instance of the remote debugger running on a server has a unique server name. You typically run an instance of the remote debugger for each developer who is doing remote debugging on the server. The Options dialog box also allows you to set the user authentication mode and permissions. Typically this is set to Windows Authentication. You then give the appropriate user in the Active Directory repository access rights to remotely debug.
FigURE 8-4 The Options dialog box for the Remote Debugging Monitor.
You begin a remote debugging session by opening Visual Studio and a solution that includes the code you intend to debug. You can then attach to the server that is running the Remote Debugging Monitor application by selecting Attach To Process from the Debug menu. This opens the Attach To Process dialog box shown in Figure 8-5.
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