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Tracing the server execution


Christophe Elek (2.9k12921) | asked Aug 17 '07, 4:54 a.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER
I know we use Log4j in the Jazz server for tracing.
yet because we live on top of equinox, I was wondering how we can use
..options and debug to trace the underlying eclipse code.

Does anyone know how we can run the server with -debug and .options ?

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Christophe Elek
Serviceability Architect
IBM Software Group - Rational

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Balaji Krish (1.8k12) | answered Aug 24 '07, 5:08 p.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER
Chris,
If you are using tomcat, you can start tomcat in debug mode (catalina.sh
jpda start). This will start tomcat in the debug port. You can then attach
your Eclipse workspace to the running process to debug it.

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I know we use Log4j in the Jazz server for tracing.
yet because we live on top of equinox, I was wondering how we can use
.options and debug to trace the underlying eclipse code.

Does anyone know how we can run the server with -debug and .options ?

--
Christophe Elek
Serviceability Architect
IBM Software Group - Rational

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