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[.net] Visual Studio IDE question

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Ok, this is driving me nuts, coming from a non-IDE environment. I'm using Visual Studio .NET 2003. Once upon a time, I selected a certain executable for use with debugging sessions (it's a debugging app for Nokia/Symbian phones). Now I need to switch that debugging executable file to another one (still the same "solution"), but the bloody IDE doesn't ask me to specify the path to the executable anymore. It just goes on with the old one. Where the hell do I reset this? Can't find any checkboxes in the properties.

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If I understand your question correctly, you should be able to set the executable being run by going to Project Properties/Debugging and setting the Command setting to be the full path of the executable you want.

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Thank you, mr SiCrane. Problem solved.

Hehe, I named my project "Web" so under the project menu it just said "Web Properties". Who wants web properties when fiddling with the debugger!

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