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Not Able to Debug Web PI

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    Hi All,

    I have deployed DNN 9.11.0 at my local. I have created web api in DotNet Nuke by inheriting controller from class DotNetNuke.Web.Api.DnnApiController.

    I am calling its action method using Ajax from custom module and things are working fine. When i try to debug action methods of web api, i am not able to debug, i.e. debug break points are not getting hit.

    I have done following things so far :

    1. Changed the out path of this Web API project to DotNet Nuke site bin folder, i.e. to C:\Websites\dnndev.me\bin folder. So that web api dllgets copied on each build to DotNet Nuke site bin folder.
    2. Attached the worker process.

    Note : I am getting the following message on these breakpoints which i have set on action methods of this web api.

    The breakpoint will currently not be hit. No symbols have been loaded for this document.


    Tarunjit Singh




    Senior Member

      This first result in a Google search would help you to debug a DNN module


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