Debugging Blazor Web Assembly app in Visual Studio

Piyush Meshram 20 Reputation points
2024-02-23T14:30:27.26+00:00

Hi,
I am using Visual Studio 2022 professional version 17.7.4 (64 bit) I have created a blazor web assembly project with individual user accounts. When trying to debug Blazor application at first it worked but then once It stopped hitting breakpoints in the Client project, breakpoint triggers in the Server project just fine but not in the client. It says no symbols loaded so the breakpoint won't hit. What went wrong? I have tried deleting .vs folder and restarting the system. but it didn't work. how can I make it work again?

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  1. Ruikai Feng - MSFT 2,526 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2024-02-26T03:43:29.3366667+00:00

    Hi,@Piyush Meshram,you could try follow these steps: Start debugging and check symbol load infomation: User's image

    check if .pdb file which is for symbols is in the correct location User's image

    If clean and rebuild the project still don't work for you ,create a project that could debug,check the options in properties-- build tab and compare with your current project: User's image

    Also,you may try follow this document


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