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Azure ASP.Net VS2010 Timeouts during debug

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 15, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
Hi All,I've converted an ASP.Net website over to an Azure version and I've got it up and running. However the vast majority of the time I experience timeouts when I'm trying to debug the application.This seems to happen on any page at any time. I start debugging from VS2010 and sometimes the home page will come up sometimes it hangs. When it does come up if I select an item from a drop down list sometimes it works somtimes it times out. I have breakpoints set and they don't even fire I just eventually get the time out. If I hit refresh that sometimes seems to fix it but it eventually starts happening again. This is making the completion of the conversion VERY difficult and I'm starting to creep up to a deadline.Does anyone have any idea what might be happening? If there is a better location I can post this question to would someone be kind enough to point me in the right direction?Thanks in advance for any help and in addition my email is mgorgone@pictureu.com as our Windows Live account email is diff. Cheers,Mike 

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