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Remote debug under ganymede/galileo

Emilio Meadow

Joined: Jul 20, 2009
Posts: 19
Hi there, I'm trying to configure remote debug for a web application running under weblogic 9.2. As usual I add this to the start command:

-Xdebug -Xrunjdwp:transport=dt_socket,address=17001,server=y,suspend=n

and then I add a remote debug configuration to eclipse ide.
The remote debug config seems to work (in the debug windows appears the remote debug stack) but when I add a break point tand execute the web appl
it doesn't stop.

Tks, ciao

PS I tried also to configure the wls as a server with the eclipse plug in but I have the same problem.

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Tim Holloway
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Sounds like your source code in Eclipse and the class files on the remote application aren't in sync with each other. If the source code isn't the same code that produced the class you're debugging, a breakpoint may be set, but it might be set on a completely different statement within the class. And if you do hit the breakpoint, the Eclipse display won't match what the class is doing there.

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