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How to set the node to 'reserve process for debugging'?

Hello experts,

our team needs to make some changes on our webdynpro application

implementation. The problem is that we are struggling to set one of the

server nodes to 'process reserved for debugging' as when I right-click

on the server1 name (which I want to use for debugging) in the J2EE

Engine view the 'Reserve process for debugging' option in the dialog

menu is greyed out.

We have two server nodes: server0 and server1

The settings in config tool for the server0: Debuggable (ticked);

nabled debug node (unticked); Restricted load balance (unticked)

The settings in config tool for the server1: Debuggable (ticked);

nabled debug node (ticked); Restricted load balance (ticked)

The settings in Development Studio in J2EE engine view for the server0:

State (Running); Productive Use (NO); Debug Mode (OFF); Restricted Load

Balancing (NO); Debug Port (33562)

The settings in Development Studio in J2EE engine view for the server1:

State (Running); Productive Use (NO); Debug Mode (ON); Restricted Load

Balancing (NO); Debug Port (33563)

We are using SAP NWDS version 2.0.18

Any help very much appreciated.

Thanks,

Frank

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 11:23 AM

    The main problem was that I was restarting the nodes in the NWDS! When yo udo that not all the configuration changes related to the debugging process are reflected! Restart the instance through SAP Management Console.

    Frank

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