1 Reply Latest reply on May 6, 2010 6:08 AM by CFJaden

    Using Breakpoints in CFCs

    CFJaden

      I am working on debugging an application running against CF 9 locally an hitting an Oracle 9i database. I can't seem to get a breakpoint to fire inside a CFC. Is there any way to get this to work? What are the normal procedures used to do line-debugging within a CFC?

       

      Another interesting problem is that the application caches its CFCs. I don't know if that makes it impossible to debug since the CFCs are loaded into either the Application or Session scopes early on in processing.

       

      Jason

        • 1. Re: Using Breakpoints in CFCs
          CFJaden Level 1

          I played with this a bit and found a solution. Interestingly enough, once you are in debugging mode you can insert breakpoints into CFCs. That includes CFCs that are cached in memory. So the easiest way to get into a CFC in debugging mode is to put a breakpoint in your .cfm file just before the call to the CFC. Then Step Into the CFC. It will open the CFC code and you can insert additional breakpoints at that time. You can step through line-by-line, or just continue processing and jump to the next breakpoint.

           

          For anyone else using this solution, you should also include a breakpoint both before the call to the CFC as well as after the CFC call so that once you return from the CFC, you will break again rather than just finishing processing of the page.

           

          Jason