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non-displayed JBoss server in debug(Eclipse)

manu chaox
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Joined: Apr 10, 2006
Posts: 110
I have next :
Eclipse SDK :Version: 3.2.2
JBoss IDE for Eclipse 2.0.0 Beta2
JBoss AS 4.2.2.GA from 1.2.1.CR4

I am trying to configure JBoss in Eclipse.
But I can't see in the left area(Run>Debug...) any JBoss server.
I have in the left area only "JBoss AOP Application", any Jboss server.
Although JBoss is possible "start server", "start server(debug mode)", "stop server".

In Window>Preferences... Server>Installed runtimes "Add" I can add only Jboss v.3.2.3 and Jboss v.4.0(any JBoss 4.2).

(I am newcomer in Jboss.)

Could you help me please.

[ April 19, 2008: Message edited by: manu chao ]
[ April 19, 2008: Message edited by: manu chao ]
Subhash Bhushan C
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Joined: Jan 27, 2005
Posts: 106
The way I debug is:

1. Window -> Show View -> Other -> Server -> Servers
2. n Servers window, right-click -> New -> Server -> JBoss Inc -> JBoss AS 4.0, and specify the parameters.
3. After configuration, in Servers window, right click the JBoss server, and select Debug.
4. Server starts up, console messages are shown in Console window.
5. Copy your jar/war/ear files into JBoss\server\default\deploy directory, and console messages indicate the loading of the application file.

Place breakpoints in your application, and whenever they are encountered, you will be taken into a debug perspective.

Regards,<br />Subhash Bhushan.
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