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  • Blog Post: Three ways to debug CLR Stored Procedures

    According to the different format of you stored procedures, generally, there are three ways to debug a stored procedure. Here is an example of how to implement that. Before debugging a stored procedure, you need to establish a connection to database in Visual Studio Server Explorer: Right click...
  • Blog Post: How to use TraceListeners in our program

    In proactive programming, you need to configure your TraceListeners in your App.Config file or Web.Config file. By default, Microsoft .NET provides several listeners containing DefaultTraceListener, TextWriterTraceListener, EventLogTraceListener, XmlTraceListener , ConsoleTraceListener, and DelimitedListTraceListener...
  • Blog Post: UMDH is not perfect to analyze native memory leaks in .NET applications

    By using UMDH , you can identify the calls that result in the largest leak of native memory. The tool is a perfect killer of native memory leaks in native applications. However, if the native memory leak happens in a .NET application, UMDH is sometimes not that useful because of its incapability to interpret...
  • Blog Post: How do I switch to 32bit mode when I use windbg to debug a dump of a 32bit application running on an x64 machine?

    Hello, I am Jialiang Ge from MSDN forum support team. In this post, I'd like to introduce how to switch to 32bit mode when you use windbg to debug a dump of a 32bit application running on an x64 machine. If you use (32bit version or 64bit version of) windbg to open a dump of a 32bit application running...
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