|Re: eclipse debugger throws URLClassLoader Error [message #915374 is a reply to message #913467]
||Mon, 17 September 2012 06:51
| feritz davies
Registered: September 2012
i cheked exception breakpoint , i do not see exception breakpoint has been set. i will attach screenshot for J!. If you find somethong wrong, please let me know how to fix it step by step. How will remove all breakpoints including J!. For me I do not see any breakpoints in breakpoint view. i removed all of them. But J! i am not sure , but it seems to me there is no breakpoint set for exception. If at all , there is one , how to remove all exception breakpoints forever.|
PS : If you are not able to see my screeshot, please let me know, thanks
|Re: eclipse debugger throws URLClassLoader Error [message #916138 is a reply to message #916124]
||Tue, 18 September 2012 15:47
| Ed Merks
Registered: July 2009
I see the screen capture, but I don't have the message you spell out in
text. Looking back at the history, an earlier one did. Here you have
AccessControlException selected. I tried that dialog and it shows all
classes, though the filter starts out as *Exception*. If you pick
something that doesn't extend Throwable (as in your previous example),
it will give the message that the selection isn't an exception. That
makes sense. You can only set exception breakpoints for things that can
be thrown. I'm not sure why you're still asking about this dialog. Are
you trying to set an exception breakpoint? Are you trying to get rid of
all of them so you don't have any?
On your other points, yes, apparently you have more than one jar with
the same classes in it. That's probably not a good thing, but one of
them will be ahead of the other in the classpath and that's likely the
one that will be used at runtime. It could be a source of problems if
they're not binary compatible.
This thread is quite long. It seems to be focused on debugger problems
but previous comments lead me to believe your application doesn't run at
all, regardless of the debugger. If that's the case, you ought to focus
on getting it to run, which is primarily an issue of setting up a
On 18/09/2012 5:20 PM, feritz davies wrote:
> if you see screenshot attached, it says Quote:
>> "AND SELECTED ITEM IS NOT AN EXCEPTION"
> @ j! view for java security. You will see two jdks in the J! View panel.
> are you able to see the screenshot attached ? if you are not able to , i have to find some other way to explain?
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