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Nov 12, 2007 - Debugging Both Flex and Tomcat Java Programs in Eclipse
You can smoothly debug both Flex and Java code without leaving Eclipse

If you use Adobe Flex Web applications that connect to Plain Old Java Objects on the server side, chances are that you use a popular, robust, and freely available server called Apache Tomcat. If you use Eclipse-based Flex Builder, you can smoothly debug both Flex and Java code without leaving Eclipse. Flex Builder debugger does not need any special configuration. But we need to add a couple of parameters to the startup routine of Tomcat so it‘ll engage the Java Platform Debugger Architecture (JPDA), which will allow other applications to attach to the JVM that runs Tomcat and debug deployed Java classes remotely.

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Created On Nov, 12, 2007 by Tariq Ahmed
Last Modified On Nov, 12, 2007 by Tariq Ahmed
Group: Tips and Articles
Flex Versions: 2.0
Category: General
Type: Complete Lesson
Difficulty: Intermediate
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