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What I am trying to find out is how to trigger the debug automatically. I managed to run the debug, but my problem is as long as I do not place the break point at the correct class the debug process will not trigger.
In Eclipse-php(and XDebug), once I run my application in the browser, the debug process was starting automatically, without putting any break-points, the system was starting from the first code line of the first called php file. I did nto ned to place any break point.
The thing is, when I have hundreds of classes, and I run my application I have to know which class(es) will be called by the application I am running in the browser. Is there a way in IDEA to trigger the debug process automatically? Do I need to configure any external tool for that, such as XDebug or Zend Debug..?
I am Using Java 6, Windows 7
Thanks for your time.
subject: Trigger Debug Automatically for Java Applications