Remote debugging

Is it just me or remote debugging doesn't work in 963?
Ways to reproduce:
1. write some java program with infinite loop (easie to reproduce)
2. start it with java parameters copied from what IDEA proposes for remote
debugging (shared memory or sockets)
3. try use IDEA to connect to the running process

Always fails for me what about you?

Thank you
Alex Oscherov


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It seems IDEA gets the port and shared memory address confused. I've worked
around the problem by using shared memory, but specifying 'javadebug' for
the port number! :)


"Alex Oscherov" <alex.oscherov@documentum.com> wrote in message
news:boscsn$d1a$1@is.intellij.net...

Is it just me or remote debugging doesn't work in 963?
Ways to reproduce:
1. write some java program with infinite loop (easie to reproduce)
2. start it with java parameters copied from what IDEA proposes for remote
debugging (shared memory or sockets)
3. try use IDEA to connect to the running process

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Always fails for me what about you?

>

Thank you
Alex Oscherov

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Thank you very much,
it worked for me. Just out of curiosityhow did you figure it out?

Alex Oscherov

"Chris Miller" <chris_overseas@hotmail.c0m> wrote in message
news:bostvi$v8r$1@is.intellij.net...

It seems IDEA gets the port and shared memory address confused. I've

worked

around the problem by using shared memory, but specifying 'javadebug' for
the port number! :)

>
>

"Alex Oscherov" <alex.oscherov@documentum.com> wrote in message
news:boscsn$d1a$1@is.intellij.net...

Is it just me or remote debugging doesn't work in 963?
Ways to reproduce:
1. write some java program with infinite loop (easie to reproduce)
2. start it with java parameters copied from what IDEA proposes for

remote

debugging (shared memory or sockets)
3. try use IDEA to connect to the running process

>

Always fails for me what about you?

>

Thank you
Alex Oscherov

>
>

>
>


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I think there was an error along the lines of "Failed to connect to address
'4005' using shared memory transport". So I figured it was getting its wires
crossed and I tried using the shared mem address in the port setting. Much
to my surprise it worked :)


"Alex Oscherov" <alex.oscherov@documentum.com> wrote in message
news:bou0e8$2nv$1@is.intellij.net...

Thank you very much,
it worked for me. Just out of curiosityhow did you figure it out?

>

Alex Oscherov

>

"Chris Miller" <chris_overseas@hotmail.c0m> wrote in message
news:bostvi$v8r$1@is.intellij.net...

It seems IDEA gets the port and shared memory address confused. I've

worked

around the problem by using shared memory, but specifying 'javadebug'

for

the port number! :)

>
>

"Alex Oscherov" <alex.oscherov@documentum.com> wrote in message
news:boscsn$d1a$1@is.intellij.net...

Is it just me or remote debugging doesn't work in 963?
Ways to reproduce:
1. write some java program with infinite loop (easie to reproduce)
2. start it with java parameters copied from what IDEA proposes for

remote

debugging (shared memory or sockets)
3. try use IDEA to connect to the running process

>

Always fails for me what about you?

>

Thank you
Alex Oscherov

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