1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 24, 2006 10:55 AM by Thunder_Stumpges

    Debugging Java remote Objects in Eclipse

    Thunder_Stumpges
      Hi guys,

      The following URL used to point to a WIKI page that described the steps for setting up Eclipse to launch the integrated JRun flex server in debug mode so that it is able to debug server-side java code.

      http://labs.adobe.com/wiki/index.php/Flex_Enterprise_Services:Debugging

      Where is this information now? It says that all of this has been moved to the release site, but I can't find it now.

      thanks,
      Thunder Stumpges
        • 1. Re: Debugging Java remote Objects in Eclipse
          Thunder_Stumpges Level 1
          Got it working! After a lot of trial and error, and searching around
          about JRun debugging, I've got what works for me.
          Good Luck,
          Thunder
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          Here is what I did:

          * Right-click your Java server project, select Debug As -> Debug...
          * If it doesn't already have a new configuration, click the 'new'
          toolbar button at the top left of the window.
          * Name the debug configuration, and in the "main" tab set the "main
          class" to jrunx.kernel.JRun
          * select the "arguments" tab
          - Program Arguments (without the quotes): "start default"
          - VM Arguments (without the quotes):
          "-Dsun.io.useCanonCaches=false -Djmx.invoke.getters=true"
          * PROBABLY NOT NEEDED (may work with Java 1.5 JRE)
          - select the JRE tab and select 'Alternate JRE' and pick
          a java 1.4.x JRE
          * Select the Classpath tab and select User Entries in the list, then
          use 'Add External Jars' to add:
          - ALL Jar files from C:\fds2\jrun4\lib
          - ALL Jar files from C:\fds2\jrun4\servers\lib
          - ALL Jar files from
          C:\fds2\jrun4\servers\default\flex\WEB-INF\lib
          * Click 'Apply' and 'Debug'