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Debugging MDBs

 
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I'm using Eclipse Platform for java develpoment and I'm trying to debug MDBs deployed on a Weblogic 8.1 server.

STOP: Is it possible to use Eclipse's debugger on a MDB?

What I want is to to be able to run my build.xml to compile and deploy my beans, and start and stop my WL server. I have the weblogic-eclipse plugin from Bea.

I'm starting with the sample weblogic stuff.. specifically: samples/server/examples/src/examples/ejb20/message
I'm having a great deal of difficulty getting the build.xml to compile within Eclipse..

What I'm currently stuck on is this:
 
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You cannot use eclipse debug for Weblogic, You need have a pluing to do that, u can get the plugin from this location and the installation instructions.

https://eclipse-plugin.projects.dev2dev.bea.com/


[ May 26, 2005: Message edited by: Gopi Kishore ]
 
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if appcgen is your class, did you implmement the message listener? If it's not your class, why not delete it?
 
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if appcgen is your class, did you implmement the message listener? If it's not your class, why not delete it?
 
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Your exampleMessageDriven1 bean class must implement javax.jms.MessageListener.
 
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