|type||Specify either WS | J2EE, depending on the type of application or service you want to debug.||Mandatory||All|
|ipaddress||Specify the IP address of the client that will be used to request the web service you want to debug. Enter the address in the form xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx||Optional||Web service only|
|servicename||Specify the fully qualified name of the service. This is formed by taking the name of the service and appending a hash(#) character, for Web Services, or a dot(.), for J2EE, followed by the name of the operation that you want to debug. For example, if the service name for the web service that you deployed is http://tempuri.org/wmapserv, and the operation to be debugged is Read, the fully qualified service name is http://tempuri.org/wmapserv#Read||Optional||Web service and J2EE|
|server||Specify the enterprise server region that you are using to run the services you want to debug||Mandatory||All|
For example:cobesdebug type=WS server=ESDEMO servicename=http://tempuri.org/wmapserv#Read
cobesdebug now passes the service details to the enterprise server region specified by the server parameter and starts the Character Animator. The Character Animator waits for the service to begin.
Each time a service is started, the enterprise server will check to see if it matches the details that you provided. If it does, the enterprise server attaches the Character Animator to the service.