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Mini Mathur
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Cannot view the application page: Debug perspective launch error

May 9, 2013 11:40 PM

Tags: #error #as3 #flex #actionscript #actionscript_3.0 #flex4.6

Hello everyone

 

Everytime I create an application in Flex, for 5-6 times the application runs/debugs normally and the application page opens up without any issues. But then this bug error message pops up :This kind of launch is configured to open the debug perspective when it suspends. Do you want to open this perspective now? " and a HTTPservice.as file opens up which simply does not let me view my application page.

 

I am mentioning this as an error message because whether I click yes or no or do nothing, the debug perspective opens up automatically, and the application NEVER launches in the web browser thereafter.

 

I am pretty new to flex applications and this issue has been troubling me ever since I started working on a flex application. Everytime I have to create a  new file to view my application. I would like to first create the entire application and then start the debugging process.

 

Please help me with this issue as this is the only place where I can expect a workable solution.

 

Expecting a quick response. Thanks.

 

Mini

 
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    May 16, 2013 6:46 PM   in reply to Mini Mathur

    if you can share the code (actionscript) you're running its probably something I can help you identify... I get similar issues and that .as file opens when I have some code thats trying to do something incorrectly or in a way that flashbuilder finds an issue with... I've found that by debugging line by line and building in tests / trace statements to the console, I can track down issues that cause them and slowly but surely get rid of bugs like this.

     

    good luck to you

     
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