Thanks for posting in the group.
Based on my understanding, the problem is: You have two different web
projects. One of them has no problem. However, when you start another one
in debug mode, the application tried to load the default page of the other
project. Please feel free to post here if I have misunderstood the problem.
In order to troubleshoot the problem, we may need some further information.
Could you please let me know:
1) Does this problem happen in release mode? Does these two project in the
same solution, or different solutions? If in
2) VS.NET version? .NET framework version? Did you install any framework
3) In debug mode, you check the output window when seeing these message,
In fact, the behavior that you saw in output window is normal. Once the
de *** attach to the aspnet worker process, it lists out all the
currently loaded app domains and corresponding dlls loaded for each of
them. The output that we see is not related to VS.NET IDE in anyway. The
list of App Domains that you see there is the list of App Domains that are
loaded in the ASP.NET Worker process at that time. App Domains also can get
loaded if you just browse to a Web App.
But the problem is still strange since Incident Reporting application runs
the first page in phone directory web application. It is the first time
that I heard of this problem. Do you have another development machine to
test the project? Also, you could try to create a new web application to
see if the problem happens to it too.
In order to dig into the problem, we may need to analyze memory dump of
that web application to see what happens inside. However, if doing this,
you may need to contact Microsoft PSS to have one support engineer work
specially with you on it. So for now, I suggest you check the above
information to see if we could get further idea from it.
If you have any more concerns, please feel free to post here. I look
forward to your response.
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