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Remote Debugging the Oracle Weblogic 10.3.3

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I am used to weblogic server earlier(8.1 and 9.2). Now I am doing weblogic after a long time. As i need to download, I am not finding the similar structure now. There are multiple startWeblogic.cmd files. In the file located at c:\bea\wl_server10.3\samples\ws_server, the startweblogic.cmd file is admin server file I am supposing and everything is given using annotations. Can someone guide what script I am supposed to write so as to do remote debugging of weblogic from eclipse.

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The startup script may itself provide a flag such as '-debug' to enable debugging, failing which you can use the -X java flags to enable a remote debug port. I think the default one is 8007.

This should be pretty simple to setup
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i am also trying to debug weblogic 9.2 from eclipse where weblogic is running on a remote server. i have successfully managed to debug when weblogic is running on the same server as eclipse by modifying setDomainEnv.cmd. i simply added the following line:
but when i do the same on the remote server weblogic does not start up in debug mode. i have checked netstat and nothing is listening on port 8453. any ideas?
The following points are worth noting:
  • in setDomainEnv.cmd PRODUCTION_MODE is set to true on the remote server
  • I am able to debug tomcat which is also running on the remote server
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