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How to debug a Web application in NetBeans 6?

 
Vedhas Pitkar
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Hi,

I wanted to know how to go about debugging a web/EAR application with Netbeans 6. I want to step through the JSP and the javascript code too.
 
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You are in luck, as the NetBeans debugger can step over/step into code in JSPs.

NetBeans 6.5 also includes a JavaScript debugger.

David
 
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hi,

i'm new to JSF.

Hopefully my question does not sound that stupid...How to debug JSF? Is it just like debugging a normal java application?
 
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You are in luck, as the NetBeans debugger can step over/step into code in JSPs.


It is excellent feature to debugging in JSP. I think, Eclipse doesn't provide such feature.

NetBeans 6.5 also includes a JavaScript debugger.


I am not aware of this feature. How we can debug JavaScript using
NetBeans ?


Thanking You
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How we can debug JavaScript using
NetBeans ?


See NetBeans JavaScript Debugger
 
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Hi Muhammad,

I got the answer. Thanks for your link its very useful.

Thanking You
 
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Thanks Muhammad, will try it out
 
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Originally posted by David Heffelfinger:
You are in luck, as the NetBeans debugger can step over/step into code in JSPs.

NetBeans 6.5 also includes a JavaScript debugger.

David


It is one of the excellent features and with which I got mainly attracted towards Netbeans. Though I have not used the debugger, you get the complete HTTP statistics (request, session scope variables, cookies, headers etc.,) by default within Netbeans IDE, which I have never seen in any other IDEs so far
 
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