Debug JSP

We are evaluating the IDE, and want to know in which of the servlet-containers that can be managed by IDEA are able to debug into the JSPs?

We already know that Tomcat is one of them, even though not all versions.

For five cents an answer, give me name of servlet-containers that can debug JSPs through IDEA. For example:

- Tomcat 4.0x

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- JBoss 3.2.x
- JBoss 4.0.x

Macho Matamoscas wrote:

We are evaluating the IDE, and want to know in which of the servlet-containers that can be managed by IDEA are able to debug into the JSPs?

We already know that Tomcat is one of them, even though not all versions.

For five cents an answer, give me name of servlet-containers that can debug JSPs through IDEA. For example:

- Tomcat 4.0x


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Martin Fuhrer
Fuhrer Engineering AG
http://www.fuhrer.com

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Martin Fuhrer wrote:

>> We are evaluating the IDE, and want to know in which of the
>> servlet-containers that can be managed by IDEA are able to debug into
>> the JSPs?
> - JBoss 3.2.x
> - JBoss 4.0.x

Some end-user perspective: I use the JBoss plugin w/ jboss 3.2.6 on a
daily basis (and in a complex project: 5 java modules, 1 ejb module, 2
web modules), and must say it works really well. Very nice job, Martin!

For the sake of completeness - standalone Tomcat 5.5.4 works nicely,
too. (Both 'normal' and JSP debugging)

CU,
Edwin

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In article <21974711.1104914037664.JavaMail.itn@is.intellij.net>,
Macho Matamoscas <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote:

We are evaluating the IDE, and want to know in which of the
servlet-containers that can be managed by IDEA are able to debug into the
JSPs?

We already know that Tomcat is one of them, even though not all versions.

For five cents an answer, give me name of servlet-containers that can debug
JSPs through IDEA. For example:

- Tomcat 4.0x


Tomcat 5.0.x
Resin 3.x (3rd party plugin)
Weblogic 7.x 8.x
JBoss 3.x and 4.x (3rd party plugin)

If you have an app server which is JSR45 compliant, then chances are you
can set it up and debug with it as well.

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Hi all,
Do you explain or do you know websites that give details about jsp debug congiguration with jboss4 and eclipse. I tried with sysdeo (www.sysdeo.com) plugin but without success. With tomcat only, it's ok but with tomcat in jboss, I doen't work. Do you believe that I have to install tomcat in addition just to debug jsp.
Thanks in advance

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In article <14695885.1106514565952.JavaMail.itn@is.intellij.net>,
Fabrice Degreef <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote:

Hi all,
Do you explain or do you know websites that give details about jsp debug
congiguration with jboss4 and eclipse. I tried with sysdeo (www.sysdeo.com)
plugin but without success. With tomcat only, it's ok but with tomcat in
jboss, I doen't work. Do you believe that I have to install tomcat in
addition just to debug jsp.
Thanks in advance


? Ask the Eclipse list.

R

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Don't know anything about eclipse, but you definitively don't have to
install Tomcat in addition to JBoss - every JBoss installation has a
Tomcat instance integrated.

Fabrice Degreef wrote:

Hi all,
Do you explain or do you know websites that give details about jsp debug congiguration with jboss4 and eclipse. I tried with sysdeo (www.sysdeo.com) plugin but without success. With tomcat only, it's ok but with tomcat in jboss, I doen't work. Do you believe that I have to install tomcat in addition just to debug jsp.
Thanks in advance


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Martin Fuhrer
Fuhrer Engineering AG
http://www.fuhrer.com

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