06-19-2009 06:26 PM
Hi - looking for a little help on what could cause breakpoints to be missed while debugging to a simulator. I am using IntelliJ as well as Eclipse (without the bb plugin) to remote debug via the JDWP 4.3.0. Everything builds ok (no verification errors, etc), I have the cods and debug files loaded when I debug to simulator and the debugger attaches correctly when I start debugging. When I launch the app it goes right by all breakpoints as if I never set them. All breakpoints are in valid points of execution that should get hit. I have cleaned the simuluators as well and retried with no luck. I have tried with simulators from 4.2 up through 4.6 with same result.
When I try to debug using Eclipse _with_ the bb plugin I can hit breakpoints just fine. When I use the seperate JDWP from any other IDE, no luck at all. Output in the IDE claims to be connected to the JDWP ok and it launches the simulator when I connect. Output in JDWP console shows nothing coherent (to me at least) about debugging or my application.
I have also tried using the 4.5.0 JDWP - but that hangs indefinitely when the debugger is attaching and just seems to not work at all.
Using Eclipse with bb plugin is not really a long term solution for me - I need to use remote debug through IntelliJ if at all possible.
I am running on jdk 1.5 on Vista - though this problem also happens on XP.
Does anyone know what could be going wrong here?
Thanks in advance...
10-06-2009 05:38 PM
i dont know if this would help...but for the breaks points to encounter the project should be in active state..if its not the breakpoints will not be encountered...