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Borland® JBuilder™ Developer’s Guide by Jeff Swisher, Saleem Siddiqui, Michael Landy

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Debugging

After we have at least one servlet created within our project, we are ready to run or debug it. The execution and debugging of a Web-based application within JBuilder is similar to that used for any other Java development. Several items differ and must be noted.

To begin with, the server that JBuilder uses to execute the servlets must be configured. Figure 16.3 shows the Server tab on the Project Properties window.

Figure 16.3. Project Properties: Configure servers.

The Server tab allows the user to configure the servers used by JBuilder to execute the various components of the project. In this case, we will discuss the debugging ...

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