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  1. #1
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    Mar 2008
    Atlanta, GA

    run-time object inspection question

    VS2008, C#

    In several of my business objects, I'm lazily loading some data that requires a call to the DB. This presents a problem when trying to quick watch the parent object. When it hits that property it tries to load that data only to time out and cause all the subsequent properties to fail to display as well, even if they're simple.

    My question is, is there an attribute or something I can put on those properties to tell the IDE to NOT evaluate those properties during a quick watch?



  2. #2
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    Mar 2002
    St. Petersburg, Florida, USA

    Re: run-time object inspection question

    Just turn off evaluations under the Options->Debugging tab.
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