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Yes, it's possible.
If the .NET application had been built with /Zi compilation flag and .pdb file, "debug Info", is generated, CodeAnalyst should be able to match up JIT native code back to the source line.
Looking at the .NET help docs, it looks like that option is for Visual C++ only...? I'm using VB.NET and C# so is it possible to have source matched on them or is it for C++ only?
I think you can turn on the "debug info" for C# also in VS 2005. Here are steps:
1) Right click the project. Then click "Properties", it will bring up properity page.
2) Click the "Build" tab.
3) In the content of "build" tab, there is an "Advanced.." button on bottom of Output session.
I'm not familar with VB.NET. But I guess MSFT provide similar solution.