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Deployment while Server is in "debugging" mode?

Hi Group,

when you debug - how do you test your new changes?

When server is in state "debugging" i'm not able to deploy (deployment "hangs" till i "release from debugging")

So to debug the new CHANGES takes a lot of time..

When i set the flag "create and deploy archive" and press "debug" i get the exception "no connection to remote VM".

(Without the flag debugging works fine..)

Any ideas?

Thanks alot!


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    Posted on Dec 08, 2005 at 01:11 AM

    Hi Simon

    It is strange that when the server is "debug ready" you are not able to deploy. This is usually not the case. How about

    ->switching off "create and deploy archive"

    ->deploy through the deploy function

    ->then launch debugging



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  • Posted on Dec 02, 2005 at 02:55 PM

    Hi Simon,

    I prefer not Web Dynpro Application debug profile type but following way:

    1) Build and deploy new archive of wd project.

    2) Create Remote Java Application debug profile. Specify your host, port and project. Set breakpoints etc.

    3) Start debug

    4) Select appropriate WD application and from context menu select Run

    5) Debug. Find a bug. Stop debugging.

    6) Make changes and repeat steps 1, 3, 4

    Best regards, Maksim Rashchynski.

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    • Former Member Maksim Rashchynski

      OK - Thanks all - you are right,

      it seems to be as it is. 😊

      (Its just a little time-consuming - but well...)

      I think it makes sense, to stop debugging (because of staying in synch) - but it's das, that the node has to be started then. This is what takes the time...

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