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local variables unavailable [message #33206] Wed, 06 November 2002 21:18 Go to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: ksingh.bea.com

When using eclipse to step into my program, I am not able to display the
variable or inspect it as it is not getting resolved.

It says
<Variable Name>
Evaluation failed. Reason(s)
<variable name> cannot be resolved.

How I use eclipse:
I run my java program and then attach to this program using eclipse

Thanks in advance.

-sunny
Re: local variables unavailable [message #33252 is a reply to message #33206] Wed, 06 November 2002 23:56 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: alexander.jesse.falconjsoft.ch

Hi,

are you using Ant to compile?
If yes: in Ant 1.4.1 there is a bug that makes the generation of debugging
information impossible... A bug should have been opened a few days ago...

hth
Alexander


Kawaljit Singh Sunny wrote:

> When using eclipse to step into my program, I am not able to display the
> variable or inspect it as it is not getting resolved.
>
> It says
> <Variable Name>
> Evaluation failed. Reason(s)
> <variable name> cannot be resolved.
>
> How I use eclipse:
> I run my java program and then attach to this program using eclipse
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
> -sunny
Re: local variables unavailable [message #33322 is a reply to message #33252] Wed, 06 November 2002 21:43 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: ksingh.bea.com

Hi,

That was it. Thanks.

-sunny

Alexander Jesse wrote:

> Hi,

> are you using Ant to compile?
> If yes: in Ant 1.4.1 there is a bug that makes the generation of debugging
> information impossible... A bug should have been opened a few days ago...

> hth
> Alexander


> Kawaljit Singh Sunny wrote:

> > When using eclipse to step into my program, I am not able to display the
> > variable or inspect it as it is not getting resolved.
> >
> > It says
> > <Variable Name>
> > Evaluation failed. Reason(s)
> > <variable name> cannot be resolved.
> >
> > How I use eclipse:
> > I run my java program and then attach to this program using eclipse
> >
> > Thanks in advance.
> >
> > -sunny
Re: local variables unavailable [message #585546 is a reply to message #33206] Wed, 06 November 2002 23:56 Go to previous message
Alexander JesseFriend
Messages: 3
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi,

are you using Ant to compile?
If yes: in Ant 1.4.1 there is a bug that makes the generation of debugging
information impossible... A bug should have been opened a few days ago...

hth
Alexander


Kawaljit Singh Sunny wrote:

> When using eclipse to step into my program, I am not able to display the
> variable or inspect it as it is not getting resolved.
>
> It says
> <Variable Name>
> Evaluation failed. Reason(s)
> <variable name> cannot be resolved.
>
> How I use eclipse:
> I run my java program and then attach to this program using eclipse
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
> -sunny
Re: local variables unavailable [message #585572 is a reply to message #33252] Wed, 06 November 2002 21:43 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: ksingh.bea.com

Hi,

That was it. Thanks.

-sunny

Alexander Jesse wrote:

> Hi,

> are you using Ant to compile?
> If yes: in Ant 1.4.1 there is a bug that makes the generation of debugging
> information impossible... A bug should have been opened a few days ago...

> hth
> Alexander


> Kawaljit Singh Sunny wrote:

> > When using eclipse to step into my program, I am not able to display the
> > variable or inspect it as it is not getting resolved.
> >
> > It says
> > <Variable Name>
> > Evaluation failed. Reason(s)
> > <variable name> cannot be resolved.
> >
> > How I use eclipse:
> > I run my java program and then attach to this program using eclipse
> >
> > Thanks in advance.
> >
> > -sunny
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