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Debugging a J2EE Application

Hi,

I´m trying configuring debug on a J2EE Application.

But when I select one intance with debug mode on appears follow message:

"The selected server node does not run in restricted load balancing mode ! Please configure it correctly so that the URL extension can be used."

Anyone knows how configure it ?

Thanks

Anderson Carmanhani

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  • Posted on Aug 18, 2011 at 03:30 AM
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  • Posted on Aug 18, 2011 at 05:22 AM

    Hi,

    Before any debugging can take place Server Node of J2EE cluster must first switched to debug mode

    There are 2 ways of debugging

    1) Temporary

    2) Permanent

    For temporary switched debug mode ON using J2EE engine view in NWDS

    For permanent switched debug moce ON using J2EE Visual Administrator

    Option 1: Start the SAP AS Engine in debug mode through Config Tool:

    1. To enable the debug mode from the Config Tool, visit following path :

    C:\usr\sap\<SID>\JC<SYS_NO>\j2ee\configtool\configtool.bat

    2. Click on the particular instance. Then under the tab VM Environment, Set the DebugMode = true.

    3. Restart the engine now. This will open the J2EE server again in the Debug Mode.

    Option 2: Starting the local debug session

    1. Select "SDM" from J2EE engine (To get this view navigate through Window -> Show View -> J2EE Engine)

    2. Make a right click on "SDM" and choose "Enabling Debugging of Process"

    3. Now, Navigate to Run -> Debug -> Select your Project as "Webdynpro Application" and click "new" button

    4. Now give some name and Click "Browse" to select you project and then click "Apply" and "Debug".

    How to do Debug in NWDS:[Here|http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/a8/def86ab54da5418a3575373934ca00/frameset.htm] and [this|acitvating-debugging-in-developer-studio; thread.

    Hope this helps!!

    Thanks & Regards

    Vijay

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