Debugging JSPs using Idea 3.0/JRun4

We are able to debug .java classes/servlets using idea/JRun4 but not able to debug JSPs. Can some one please help?

We use JSPC compiler of JRun to pre-compile JSPs. We have tried debugging using both using application and Remote mode.

I have followed another post in this forum where it mentions how to debug using JRun4 which works will for java classes but not for JSPs.

Thanks for you help.

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At this point, IDEA only supports JSP debugging with Tomcat 4.1.x (I think
that's the version).

BTW - If someone figures out a way to debug JSPs with JRun4, PLEASE POST! A
plugin would be great.

"Jayaprakash" <jiveadmin@intellij.net> wrote in message
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We are able to debug .java classes/servlets using idea/JRun4 but not able

to debug JSPs. Can some one please help?
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We use JSPC compiler of JRun to pre-compile JSPs. We have tried debugging

using both using application and Remote mode.
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I have followed another post in this forum where it mentions how to debug

using JRun4 which works will for java classes but not for JSPs.
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Thanks for you help.



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Debugging with JRun should not be hard. If you're so inclined you can take the Tomcat plugin source code, and start making modifications to turn it into a JRun plugin.

I'm working on a JBoss/Jetty and JBoss/Tomcat version of the plugin. JBoss/Jetty is almost ready.

Also the TOmcat plugin only works with 4.0.3 if you want to do JSP debugging, doesn't seem to work with 4.0.6 I am investigating why that is. I do believe the version of Jasper changed and it's causing debugging to fail since the new jasper compiler doesn't put in JSP line numbers in.

R

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Hi Robert,

JSP debug works ok here with 4.0.6 version of Tomcat.
The line numbering issue is applicable to 4.1.x versions

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"Robert S. Sfeir" <sfeir@mail.nih.gov> wrote in message
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Debugging with JRun should not be hard. If you're so inclined you can

take the Tomcat plugin source code, and start making modifications to turn
it into a JRun plugin.
>

I'm working on a JBoss/Jetty and JBoss/Tomcat version of the plugin.

JBoss/Jetty is almost ready.
>

Also the TOmcat plugin only works with 4.0.3 if you want to do JSP

debugging, doesn't seem to work with 4.0.6 I am investigating why that is.
I do believe the version of Jasper changed and it's causing debugging to
fail since the new jasper compiler doesn't put in JSP line numbers in.
>

R



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Thanks so much for the info. We are trying to take up with JRun if it is possible to provide the plug-in.

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Jayaprakash wrote:

Thanks so much for the info. We are trying to take up with JRun if it is possible to provide the plug-in.


We would also be very interested having a JRun4 plug-in.

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PLEASE, PLEASE give me JRun plugin.

"Charlie Evett" <evett@marketsoft.com> wrote in message
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Jayaprakash wrote:

Thanks so much for the info. We are trying to take up with JRun if it is

possible to provide the plug-in.
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We would also be very interested having a JRun4 plug-in.

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