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Leslie Chaim
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I posted this question
before but the topic got carried away.
So let me be specific :roll: Using an IDE, can you debug a java program running on a remote machine? (With the source locally?)


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Dan Kehn
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I think this has been asked and answered this week: Remote Debugging in Eclipse (as well as a few times before that).
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