7:33 AM / Comments (3) / by Kevin Vu
7:27 AM / Comments (1) / by Kevin Vu
7:07 AM / Comments (2) / 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:
5:26 PM / Comments (1) / by Kevin Vu
3:35 AM / Comments (0) / by Kevin Vu
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
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
11:02 PM / Comments (2) / by Kevin Vu
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
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
Closing a server project should call stop server
8:26 PM / Comments (2) / by Kevin Vu
I'll look for another bug and will keep working on Tehereh'bug as the same time.