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How to use jdb ?

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Hello,
I want to list the source by using jdb.  However, when I use the command "list", it said "Specific a thread".  Then I specific a thread id by using "threads".  Afterwards, it said unable to find object.java when I use "list".  I just want to see a listing of my source.  Would anybody please help me what to do.........
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The "use" command in jdb allows you to specify the location of your source files. Also, since you say it is looking for Object, you should presumably add a path (separated by a semicolon, just like path or classpath) to the standard Java class sources.


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