To load Debug information you need to have the TDS file containing debug information and the DLL that the TDS file relates to. You need to ensure the TDS files corresponds to the very same build as the DLL.
Use the File > Load Dll and debug information... option to load the appropriate DLL and it's debug information.
The grid displays various attributes of each debugging item. You can sort the grid by clicking the appropriate column header. Click the same header to reverse the sort order.
Select a symbol to see information about the parameters, locals, line numbers and source code.
If you wish to only view one type of debugging data, select that datatype using the Tags combo.
You can also filter by name by typing the name into the Name Filter box and clicking the Filter button to perform the filtering.
As each item in the list is selected the Parameters and Locals grid are populated, the Line Numbers are updated and the source code display updates to show the source code for the function. All lines in the function that contain executable code (as indicated by the debugging information) are coloured grey. The current line for the function is coloured bright green.
You can query data by using the two Query fields below the main grid.
Type the relative address (also know as address offset) into the Query by Offset field, then click Query. The symbol information is displayed.
The field accepts decimal or hexadecimcal values. Hex values must be prefixed with 0x.
Type the absolute address into the Query by Address field, type the absolute DLL load address into the Alternate Load Address field, then click Query. The symbol information is displayed.
The fields accept decimal or hexadecimcal values. Hex values must be prefixed with 0x.