Proposing solution to bug 149993

7:33 AM / Comments (2) / by Kevin Vu

According to Tim deBeur, the best solution to fix this bug would be: to make the first dialog remembers the choice and default to the second dialog since merging 2 dialogs would be inefficient because they have different options.

Bug 149993: Breakpoint dialog code location

7:27 AM / Comments (0) / by Kevin Vu

I found the source code that creates the breakpoint dialog:

Code location for bug: 244862

7:07 AM / Comments (0) / by Kevin Vu



As Angel Vera suggested, to fix this bug I would need to create an event listener base on the knowledge from this function:

Eclipse WTP version 3.2M1b Stable

5:26 PM / Comments (0) / by Kevin Vu

This version is ready for download.

http://download.eclipse.org/webtools/downloads/drops/R3.2/S-3.2M1b-20090814143519/

Reproduce bug#: 149933

3:35 AM / Comments (0) / by Kevin Vu

STEPS TO REPRODUCE BUG#: 149933
Description: "Remember my decision" doesn't work for "Disable breakpoints" option in Run On Server dialog


1. Make sure the Java EE perspective is opened.


2. Add a new Tomcat server


3. Create a new Dynamic Project


4. Add a new JSP file


5. Add this line: <% out.println("Hello."); %> to the JSP and set a break point beside it


6. Start Server in Debug mode


7. Right-click on the JSP file and select "Run On Server"


8. Click Finish on the Run On Server Dialog


9. Select option: Disable Breakpoints and Continue and check on Remember my decision


10. Repeat step 7 and 8


RESULT:
The Run On Server Dialog appears again which is not expected since already checked on "Remember My Decision"




=> Expecting the JSP run with breakpoints disables

Reproducing Bug#: 244862

11:02 PM / Comments (1) / by Kevin Vu

Follow up with Tehereh's discoveries, the bug is reproduced successfully:

CASE 1: Deleting a server project doesn't call stop server

Step1: Create a server project





Step2: Start the server



Step3: Delete the server project



Step4: Create a new server project (Repeat step 1)


Step5: Start the new server



Step6: BUG OCCURS



CONCLUSION:
Deleting a server project should call stop server.

CASE 2: Closing a server project doesn't call stop server

Step 1: Create a new server project
(please check CASE1:step1)

Step 2: Start the server
(please check CASE1:step2)

Step 3: Close the server project



Step 4: Create a new server project
(please check CASE1:Step1

Step 5: Start the new server



Step 6: BUG OCCURS




CONCLUSION:
Closing a server project should call stop server

Dropping bug# 236976

8:26 PM / Comments (1) / by Kevin Vu

After my presentation last week, it seems that there are different opinions of what is the best way to fix this bug. As this bug involve with the presentation (interface), it would be difficult to change (fix) it without curtain surveys from users and it would take a lot more time to do survey than fixing the bug itself.

I'll look for another bug and will keep working on Tehereh'bug as the same time.