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starting V3 in debug mode

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uppalapati
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Starting V3 in debug mode requires and edit or the domain.xml or and asadmin command to set the debug options.
Can this be made easier? How about modifying the startserv.bat to take an option like
C:\GFv3\glassfish\bin\startserv.bat debug

This will make it comparable to the debug startup command that tomcat provides:
C:\Tomcat\bin\catalina jpda start

thanks,
_raju

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Ludovic Champenois

glassfish@javadesktop.org wrote:
> you can do today
>
> asadmin start-domain --debug
>
> which use the domain.xml debugging information and starts the session in debug mode.
>
> HTH, jerome
> [Message sent by forum member 'dochez' (dochez)]
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Or via NetBeans and Eclipse IDEs, if a GlassFish V3 tp2 server is
registered, just select the "debug" menu on a web application and the
server will start in debug mode, with the IDE being attached to it...

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dochez
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you can do today

asadmin start-domain --debug

which use the domain.xml debugging information and starts the session in debug mode.

HTH, jerome

uppalapati
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Ok thanks. Exactly what I wanted.