IDE doesn't see my breakpoints
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Posted By:   matthew_magliocca
Posted On:   Wednesday, August 1, 2007 08:50 AM

My structure is a little werid because its made of projects and sibling projects. Most of these projects are not WARs but the POJOs and Spring classes are the ones I really need to debug. I tell Netbeans to debug the war which is basically the core of the structure and it obligingly pops up a browser window so I can see it is working Prior to this I have set several breakpoints in lines of code I know are executing. None of them trip. Is there some issue because the sibling projects are not in a direct hierarchy with the one I said to debug? Or could it be that Netbeans doesn't handle Spring? Please help, thanks    More>>

My structure is a little werid because its made of projects and sibling projects.



Most of these projects are not WARs but the POJOs and Spring classes are the ones I really need to debug.




I tell Netbeans to debug the war which is basically the core of the structure and it obligingly pops up a browser window so I can see it is working



Prior to this I have set several breakpoints in lines of code I know are executing. None of them trip.



Is there some issue because the sibling projects are not in a direct hierarchy with the one I said to debug?



Or could it be that Netbeans doesn't handle Spring?



Please help, thanks

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Re: IDE doesn't see my breakpoints

Posted By:   Christopher_Koenigsberg  
Posted On:   Sunday, September 9, 2007 04:58 PM

You might try exporting your other projects as Jar files and putting copies of them into the WEB-INF/lib of your main Web project. then associate the source location, of each jar, with its corresponding project.



Also in my previous answer to your previous question, I should have suggested that you Jar up your other POJO/Spring code and put the Jar files into your WEB-INF/lib there too.
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