I have a website which is in a Projects directory. The IIS server is set up to point to that website (i.e. any changes in the /Projects version are visible in the wwwroot version), so I can run the website locally on IIS server.One of the libararies that there is an assembly reference to in the website has been updated. If I run the /Projects website using the local ASP development server (localhost), I can open up the files in the library that have been changed and put a breakpoint in them, which will be triggered whenever that section of code is executed.However, when I run the IIS server version in webroot, if I put breakpoints in the same files, the breakpoint icons disappear, and it says that the symbols have not been loaded for the current page (presumably because the file is new, but the old code is being compiled in the assembly?). I have checked, and the library reference is set to auto update, and has the correct path to the dll in the project's .refresh file.I'm confused about this, since I thought the IIS server version was pointing to the same website as the one in /Projects, which works. If anybody has any advice on things that I can check or how I can fix this, I'd be grateful.
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