VB6 Project Comaddin



I have been assigned to maintain a couple of Project com addins that
are created in VB6, and I used the conversion tool that came with .NET
2003 studio. After a couple of fixes in the code I managed to get it
to compile and link ok. My question is, in VB6 it was possible to
debug the dll directly in the environment by pressing F5, this does
not work in .NET 2003 for me, have I done something wrong or do I have
to specify MS Project as the external program to load when debugging?





Hakan, change the external program to MS Project, otherwise the debugger just
loads another copy of Visual Studio.

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