ADAdministrator Syncfusion Team March 17, 2004 05:25 AM
The simplest way is to use the assembly manager (found under the Syncfusion part of the start menu). You can use it to compile a user debug version, and it will set things up so that these debug dlls are the ones being use by any project you open that uses syncfusion DLLs. It does this by making these debug dll''s available through teh GAC. Then later, when you want to use teh default prebuilt dll''s then you can run teh Assembly Manager and swap back.
Once this is done, you can place stops in our source and they should be hit. Or, you can place stops in your source, and step into our source.
Please note you cannot deploy custom built dll''s (one like the debug version above) unless your use sn.exe to sign them with your own keys. Here is a kb link discussing how to handle this if you need to do it. http://www.syncfusion.com/Support/article.aspx?id=10399