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How to debug a "PHP web page" instead of a "PHP script" [message #61467] Thu, 22 November 2007 14:30
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Originally posted by: edward.tanguay.meteo-graphics.de

I've installed Eclipse Classic and then installed the Zend PDT plug at
downloads.zend.com/pdt. I can now debug a simple PHP page by selecting
"Run|Debug As|PHP Script" and then stepping through it.

However, I want to debug a PHP Web Page as I am used to in e.g. C#/Visual
Studio where I click Debug and then see my website, then can click on
buttons and the debug pointer moves through my classes depending on what I
clicked.

So in order to do this in PHP/Eclipse I click "Run|Debug As|PHP Web Site"
but I simply get:

<terminated>Debug Website Test [PHP Web Page] <terminated>Session Terminated

I have breakpoints set and I have "Break at first line" checked in the
configuration, but nevertheless it just terminates and never even starts
debugging.

What do I need to install/do/setup in order to debug a web application so
that the debugger follows me around as I click through my application?

Thanks,

Edward Tanguay
http://www.tanguay.info/web
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