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eclipse debug

Raj Ohadi
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Joined: Jun 30, 2006
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1. using jboss remote debug with eclipse. First, add the syntax into the stratup script to ensure jBoss starts in debug mode, this part is OK.

2. in eclipse, run-->debug-->remote application, create a new one and enter the debug port specified in start up script and enter the source folder .

3. set break point in a servlet or action.

4. click "debug" button of the new debug configuration panel

5. bring up the web app page. when it runs to the break point, it is supposed to stop there...

Is this the correct order ?
Question --- When you clikc "debug" or start the new debug application, since the web page has not been brought up or clicked yet, wouldn't be a problem ? should I first bring up the web application page before I click "debug" button of the remote debug panel ? please explain the sequence.

It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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