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What do I miss for debugging java procs ? - IBM DB2

Hi, I have installed the Distributed Debugger 9.2 on my PC with ESE 8.1 FP2 and db2set DB2ROUTINE_DEBUG=on (instance has been recycled). However, a JDBC java proc compiled sucessfully in debug mode (javac -g seen from Dev Center), cannot be step into with the Distributed Debugger (I have issued a "idebug -qdaemon"). In fact, I found that there is no row inserted in the DB2DBG.ROUTINE_DEBUG table (that was created with Dev Center). I am connected as db2admin. I don't understand what step do I miss. Can someone help me, please ? Thanks for your help & Regards, Jean-Marc...

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    Default What do I miss for debugging java procs ?

    Hi, I have installed the Distributed Debugger 9.2 on my PC with ESE 8.1 FP2
    and db2set DB2ROUTINE_DEBUG=on (instance has been recycled).

    However, a JDBC java proc compiled sucessfully in debug mode (javac -g seen
    from Dev Center), cannot be step into with the Distributed Debugger (I have
    issued a "idebug -qdaemon").

    In fact, I found that there is no row inserted in the DB2DBG.ROUTINE_DEBUG
    table (that was created with Dev Center). I am connected as db2admin.

    I don't understand what step do I miss.
    Can someone help me, please ?

    Thanks for your help & Regards,

    Jean-Marc



    Jean-Marc Blaise Guest

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    Default Re: What do I miss for debugging java procs ?

    Well, I've trapped the code with an event monitor for statement, and it
    seems the Development Center does not try to do an INSERT .... into
    DB2DBG.ROUTINE_DEBUG.

    Can someone confirm ?

    Regards,

    Jean-Marc

    "Jean-Marc Blaise" <blaisedeltadb.spam.no.com> a écrit dans le message
    news: bdv6ms$mc5$1news-reader3.wanadoo.fr...
    > Hi, I have installed the Distributed Debugger 9.2 on my PC with ESE 8.1
    FP2
    > and db2set DB2ROUTINE_DEBUG=on (instance has been recycled).
    >
    > However, a JDBC java proc compiled sucessfully in debug mode (javac -g
    seen
    > from Dev Center), cannot be step into with the Distributed Debugger (I
    have
    > issued a "idebug -qdaemon").
    >
    > In fact, I found that there is no row inserted in the DB2DBG.ROUTINE_DEBUG
    > table (that was created with Dev Center). I am connected as db2admin.
    >
    > I don't understand what step do I miss.
    > Can someone help me, please ?
    >
    > Thanks for your help & Regards,
    >
    > Jean-Marc
    >
    >
    >

    Jean-Marc Blaise Guest

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