Debugging an ASP page 
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 Debugging an ASP page

1) You need a de{*filter*} installed.

You can get the standard IE script de{*filter*} at:

Script De{*filter*}
http://www.*-*-*.com/ {*filter*}/dbdown.htm

2) You need to enable debugging in IE.

Go to: Tools | Internet Options | Advanced

and UNcheck the "Disable script debugging" option and the OK button.  Then restart the browser.  You
should then see "Script De{*filter*}" on the View menu...

Michael Harris

I have Personal Web Services and InterNet Explorer.  I am using VBScript.  When I click on View in
Internet Explorer I do not have the option for debug.  I have searched MicroSoft's knowledge base
and read all of the on line help.  I must be missing something, but I don't know what or where to
look for it.  Thanks in advance.

Sat, 08 Feb 2003 03:00:00 GMT  
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