|Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 Developer Reference|
To ensure that you handle exceptions properly, you need to know which part of the system threw the exception and why. Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003, the operating system, and the .NET Framework can all throw exceptions. You can start the Visual Studio .NET debugger whenever an exception is thrown to determine if you need to handle that particular exception.
The following procedures show how to configure the Visual Studio .NET debugger to start on any exception, or on a specified exception. Before performing the following procedures, attach the debugger to the Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 Server service process. For more information, see Attaching the Debugger to the Process.
To start the Visual Studio .NET debugger on any exception
You can also start the debugger when a specified exception is thrown by adding the fully qualified exception name to the appropriate category of Exceptions in Visual Studio .NET.
To start the debugger on a specified exception
Testing and Debugging Extensions