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Eclipse - debugging servlets

 
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Hello all,
I know that this kind of question was asked already but as I was looking over the answers I couldn't find an working solution. Has anybody found a "happy-path" on how to debug servlets in Eclipse? Any help, idea, advice will be highly appreciated.
TIA,
Pat
 
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are you using the wsad or the eclips ?
when using wsad all you need to do is double click on the line and run the server in debug mode. i think this option is the same in the eclipse ?
 
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how's this then:
How can I debug serlets when I'm not developing on the server? The server itself is on the network, running IIS and tomcat.
 
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Try this plugin: http://www.objectlearn.com
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