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Testing Jar File

Fidel Edwards
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Joined: Mar 19, 2008
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Hello friends,
Can any body tell me how can I test an executable jar file? In fact I developed an application, this application is running fine when I run it in eclipse . But when I execute this jar file it runs fine initially but in a particular form's save page it got hang. I do not know how to overcome this problem and see the console log for this jar file.

Thanks in advance !

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Ilja Preuss

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I would probably start with remote debugging. Look it up in the Eclipse help.

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Fidel Edwards
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Ilja Preuss wrote:remote debugging. Look it up in the Eclipse help.

Thanks Ilja !
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