How to use eclipse debugger to debug stacktrace of JSF core libraries?


How to use eclipse debugger to debug stacktrace of JSF core libraries?



Welcome I am extending some application written with Sprint and JSF. My work is partly writing xml config files. After some changes I got reports from library generators.

Can I access with Eclipse debugger attached jars and fount what method throws error (and why) ?




netbeans and Apache Derby Embedded + spring

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You might want to rephrase what you are asking for here..
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Of course you can attach with the Eclipse debugger to that application.


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You will need to run it in debug mode though.


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You will need to pass in some parameters to the JVM.


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Something like.
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java -Xdebug -Xnoagent -Djava.compiler=NONE -Xrunjdwp:transport=dt_socket,server=y,address=127.0.0.1 .. 


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You might also want to point Eclipse to the source jars so you can step through the code.

But since you are talking about config files I would rather check the logs first..



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