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How do I debug the .NET extension?

How do I debug the .NET extension?

Problem:

How do I debug the .NET extension?

Resolution:

QUESTION
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How do I debug the .NET extension?

ANSWER
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The following information should help you to debug your .Net extension problems;

  • Download the Process Explorer tool from http://www.sysinternals.com

  • Run procexp.exe after you have tried using SilkTest on your application.

  • Select your application in the Process column

  • Select the view DLL"s icon

  • Look at the list of DLL"s and you should see the following DLL"s:

    • Qaphooks.dll
    • Assist.dll
    • Dotnet.dll
    • Nethlpr.dll
    • Swf10.dll or Swf11.dll
    • Segue.SilkTest.Net.Shared.dll
    • If the .NET extension is enabled AND the test machine has the Infragistics NetAdvantage 2004 Volume 3 suite installed, you should see the InfraExt43.dll

    If any of the above DLL"s are missing, it is at this point where you would need to explore why they are not present.


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