|Why does Display View say current exec context not assoc. with a Java project? [message #482186]
||Tue, 25 August 2009 12:09
| David M. Karr
Registered: July 2009
I'm debugging source code that is attached to my project through an externally-linked source folder. I can set breakpoints in this code, inspect variables, and everything else that I can normally do while debugging code.
While I'm sitting at a breakpoint in a static method in that externally-linked source, I entered the name of one of the parameters to the method in the Display View, then selected it and executed "Display". It then said:
Evaluation failed. Reason(s):
Unable to evaluate the selected expression:
To perform an evaluation, an expression must be compiled in the context of a Java project's build path. The current execution context is not associated with a Java project in the workspace.
I tried all the method parameters, and all the local variables that had been created in the method up to my breakpoint (and that are still in scope). I even tried "System". All of them gave that error.
Is there anything I can do about this?
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