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Brad wrote:

Has anyone successfully setup a web module in 996 that you can debug with
Tomcat?


Not here so far. I would be very surprised if someone does. It's
closer, I can smell it, but it's not there yet.

R

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WebModules configuration stuff in 996 is not functional, sorry about that.
Please wait for the next build

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Alexey Kudravtsev
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"Brad" <brad.lane@pearson.com> wrote in message news:brn5ao$cpu$1@is.intellij.net...

Has anyone successfully setup a web module in 996 that you can debug with
Tomcat?

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Alexey Kudravtsev (JetBrains) wrote:

WebModules configuration stuff in 996 is not functional, sorry about that.
Please wait for the next build


any chance we get that before the end of this week? :)

thanks for the hard work.

R

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Brad wrote:

Has anyone successfully setup a web module in 996

that you can debug with

Tomcat?


Not here so far. I would be very surprised if
someone does. It's
closer, I can smell it, but it's not there yet.


In fact, I got my web app (simple servlet based app without jsp) to run; I was even able to debug it. Unfortunately, this was quite painful because I got a NPE from IDEA each time it regained (or lost?) focus, so the IDE did not really give a sign when breaking; it did break though, and I was able to do some stepping through (accompagnied by lots of error messages from the IDE), but the whole business was way too tiring, so I switched back to 977.

BTW, in order to set up my web module correctly, I had to unload the module and manually edit the EXPLODED_PATH and EXPLODED_ENABLED (I have no idea what they do, though) because the system would not let me do it via the UI. After that, I could run and debug.

Best regards,
Jens

P.S.: I agree with Robert, build 996 is definitely going in the right direction; it is almost functional (and the control panel DOES look very nice)! Good job, JetBrainers!

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