The following section includes a list of some of the ways you can debug applications using Eclipse:
- Start the debugger automatically - you can either use library routines for this, which is suitable for debugging dynamic link
libraries that are called by other programs, or use just-in-time debugging, suitable when Eclipse is not running and a run-time
error in the code occurs.
- Debug using a core dump - when an application crashes, you can arrange for its state to be saved to disk, in a core dump file,
which can indicate where the error occurred in the source code, the contents of memory at the time of the error, and the values
of any variables and expressions set at the time. This is useful when an application crashes in a production environment that
Visual COBOL installed.
- Debug Windows services - you can use library routines or JIT debugging.
- Debug mixed language applications - there are various ways you can create a debug configuration for debugging mixed Java and
- Debug MSS applications on Enterprise Server - your enterprise server instance must be configured for dynamic debugging.