It is sometimes necessary to debug a process that is already running. This is necessary when building a Windows service or an application that cannot have a user interface or an entry point assigned to it. The debugging process helps the IDE to debug a running process from inside the IDE if the appropriate debug symbols are there within the IDE.
To debug a running process, you need to first run the program. You can either run the program on the current machine by going to the
bin folder of the project and double-clicking on the
.exe file, or you can host it in another computer on the network.
You should remember that when you want to debug your application from a remote machine, you need ...