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Debugging an app on WLS8.1 requestTimeout

Mike Rae

Joined: Nov 16, 2003
Posts: 2
Does anyone know how to increase the requestTimeout value in Eclipse, or Weblogic Server 8.1 to prevent the current debugging thread thinking the server or IDE is dead and starting a debugging session in a new thread?
The result of this problem is that the debugger jumps back the callstack to where the first breakpoint is i.e. where the debugging began.
I am not too sure if this (happens after about 60 seconds of inactivity) can be configured in Eclipse or WLS. I have scoured the Eclipse project preferences but to no avail.
Any hints or info, or a solution greatly appreciated.
Mike Rae
Simon P Kelly

Joined: Feb 03, 2004
Posts: 3
Sorry I cannot be of help to you but I am hoping you might be able to help me. I found your post when searching the forum on the issue of configuring eclipse and weblogic 8.1 to work together.
I would like to use eclipse with weblogic as I have used it previously with IBM websphere application developer studio and found it very good. Only problem is the eclipse plug-in for weblogic is for version 6 and 7 of the server and the company uses weblogic 8.1. Do you know is there another eclipse plug-in out there compatible with version 8.1 of weblogic or if the existing EASIE plug-in can be used with the more recent version of the app server? Is it a complicated process and are there any pitfalls I should be wary of before setting out?
Simon Kelly.
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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