09-18-2011 02:24 PM - edited 09-18-2011 03:52 PM
I can build and run my app on the simulator without any problems. However when I try to debug (set breakpoints) my app I get an error message "cannot find file" myApp.debug. I can browse and locate the myApp.debug file but when I select it I get an error message "bad debug information" with two hex strings (I assume that the debug file is being matched to the cod file). I can cancel and the simulator will start but the debugger won't stop for any breakpoints.
Once running the simulator displays the following error in the debug tab: "no debug information found for 'myApp' (4e74b7b1)." I get the same message for SecurIDLib as well.
I can debug the hello world demo without any issues.
I've tried the following without success:
reinstalling the simulator
signing the files
clean from the build menu
running clean.bat from the simulator directory
manually removing the files (from my project and the simulator directory)
switching to a different simulator (device)
deleting the .dmp files
I was able to debug prior to a reinstall of the JDE for an unrelated problem.
Windows 7 (64 bit)
Java JDK 1.6.0_26 (32 bit)
Java JRE 7 (32 bit)
Blackberry JDE 184.108.40.206
09-20-2011 02:56 PM
Does the application in the simulator match the one in your Eclipse project? If they differ, the debug information will be invalid.
09-20-2011 04:48 PM
09-21-2011 09:55 AM
Do you also receive this error when using one of the simulators bundled with the BlackBerry JDE or is it only for simulators installed separately.
09-23-2011 08:41 AM
Did you install the the program files directory? Windows Vista/7 can lock this down and prevent applications from writing there. Files may look to be in that directory but are really linked to from somewhere else.
Have you disabled UAC? Are you logged in as an administrator? If not, try installing to a user directory instead of the program files directory.
09-24-2011 08:56 AM
09-26-2011 10:58 AM
Did you do a full uninstall (uninstall simulators, delete directories)? If not, I recommend uninstalling re-installing the BlackBerry smartphone simulators. They configure themselves with Eclipse/BlackBerry JDE when they are installed.