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sometimes debugging in jdeveloper giving problem;

when i run jsp it will call servlet-->EJB--DAO;

 i am getting one window from jdeveloper saying that unable to find Source File named ETOperataionUtilities_StatelessSessionwrapper68.java;

 does it mean that i should give path to session bean source file
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by:petmagdy
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yes this is normal because u r using step into or over to the EJBs generated stubs which shouldn't reside in ur project code, hence just close the window, put another break point in the next expecting step and press the resume button
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by:chaitu chaitu
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i put one break point at javascript function in jsp ;upto that breakpoint it is executed after that no javascript is executed ;when i press f7,f8 it came to servlet again ;

if i dont put any break point in ejb method, will the debugger go to that method and shows the execution;
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I don't think it will go throught Javascript code it can go into JSP java code, but ur break points into the JSP Java Code and into ur serlvets and use the resume button
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by:chaitu chaitu
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if i dont put any break point in ejb method, will the debugger go to that method and shows the execution;
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eventually it should go but in the way to call ur ejb their is always stubs that u can't debug, hence put a break point on ur first ejb invocation and press resume
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by:chaitu chaitu
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hi petmagdy,

Thanks for ur reply;

i will deploy ear file in oc4j container;i will run the container;source files r in jdeveloper path(C:\JDeveloper903\jdev\mywork\1304Release3.0);how can i intergrate oc4j container and jdeveloper;how will enable my debug option  in jdeveloper when the ear file in oc4j container;can i do like that or any other way?

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