viewing an object's class/interface hierarchy when debugging

When debugging a class, how can I view its hierarchy in the frame window??
I'd like to be able to see the superclasses and interfaces of the object at
runtime. This would allow me to determine that my class "is" what I think it
is. This is especially useful when doing reflection.

Eclipse is able to do this, so I just assumed that IntelliJ could also...




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In article <b2dr68$nr9$1@is.intellij.net>, ian_springer@hp.com says...

When debugging a class, how can I view its hierarchy in the frame window??
I'd like to be able to see the superclasses and interfaces of the object at
runtime. This would allow me to determine that my class "is" what I think it
is. This is especially useful when doing reflection.

Eclipse is able to do this, so I just assumed that IntelliJ could also...




View/Type Hierarchy (default key mapping is Ctrl-H)

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When debugging a class, how can I view its hierarchy in the frame

window??

I'd like to be able to see the superclasses and interfaces of the object

at

runtime. This would allow me to determine that my class "is" what I

think it

is. This is especially useful when doing reflection.

>

Eclipse is able to do this, so I just assumed that IntelliJ could

also...

>
View/Type Hierarchy (default key mapping is Ctrl-H)


This shows the type hierarchy from within the editor. I want to view the
type hierarchy of a variable at runtime (in the debugger).

--Ian


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