Debugging JSPs in WebLogic 10

I'm trying to get debugging JSPs in WebLogic 10 working. Is there a similar paper for WebLogic as How to configure remote JSP debugging under WebSphere Application Servers.

I've created an "Application Server", WebLogic 10 where I've pointed to classes: c:\bea\wlserver_10.0\server\lib

I then created a Run/Debug configuration for a remote JSR45 Compatible Server. Here I specified my app server as WebLogic 10. I'm not using the "Start browser" functionality.

I specified the JSP's package as "jsp_servlet". Generated .class/.java files are stored here:
C:\bea\user_projects\domains\abc\generated_jsp\jsp_servlet

Debug connection points to port 5005. Connection is successfully made when starting debug session. However, JSP breakpoints aren't reached in IDEA.

My JSPs are accessed via Plumtree portlets, so they are not opened directly, e.g. http://localhost:8080/my.jsp.

Is there some other place to get information or can someone point out what I might be missing?

Thanks,
Jim

Edited by: Jim Clark on Jun 11, 2008 6:17 PM



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Hello Jim,

I'm trying to get debugging JSPs in WebLogic 10 working. Is there a
similar paper for WebLogic as [How to configure remote JSP debugging
under WebSphere Application
Servers"|http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/documentation/howto_02.html].

I've created an "Application Server", WebLogic 10 where I've pointed
to classes: c:\bea\wlserver_10.0\server\lib

I then created a Run/Debug configuration for a remote JSR45 Compatible
Server. Here I specified my app server as WebLogic 10. I'm not using
the "Start browser" functionality.

I specified the JSP's package as "jsp_servlet". Generated
.class/.java files are stored here:
C:\bea\user_projects\domains\abc\generated_jsp\jsp_servlet

Debug connection points to port 5005. Connection is successfully made
when starting debug session. However, JSP breakpoints aren't reached
in IDEA.

My JSPs are accessed via Plumtree portlets, so they are not opened
directly, e.g. http://localhost:8080/my.jsp.

Is there some other place to get information or can someone point out
what I might be missing?

Thanks,
Jim


I have not investigated the problem yet. Just see that you use JSR45 configuration.
IDEA has built-in support for WebLogic (the plugin should be enabled). Maybe,
using WebLogic configuration instead of JSR45 will avoid your problem?

Alexander.


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