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Surpassing the initial breakpoints, which are not visible in Breakpoint window !

 
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Hi Member ,

I have an application.In this application when I execute it in Run mode it runs fine . But whenever I try to run it in Debug
mode it got stuck.At that moment I need to press F8 twice to resume.There is no any break point is being appear for these two initial breaks.Please tell me what should I do ? I dug internet but no success.



Thanks in advance !
 
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What type of application (or Eclipse project type)? In the debug options there is a checkbox for "Stop in main" - if that is checked you get an automatic breakpoint at the start of the app.

If that doesn't help, more details about exactly what you are doing would help.
 
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Peter Johnson wrote:What type of application (or Eclipse project type)? In the debug options there is a checkbox for "Stop in main" - if that is checked you get an automatic breakpoint at the start of the app.



Thanks Peter for reply !

I am having a Java Swing Application. In this application there is a class having main function (it is fine no problem in it ). In Eclipse 3.4 when I run my application in debug mode it got stuck at the exception shown below (As shown in Debug stack trace).



To surpass it I press F8 once. But again it throws another exception


Again pressing F8 I move to the main login screen.So I want to jump these two F8 press means I want to directly reach to the main login screen.I hope that would be more clear to you.


Again Thanks !


 
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Sorry, I don't do Swing apps, or I would try to help. I have no idea why those two lines of code would cause an automatic breakpoint. Try unchecking the three "Suspend for ..." option in the Java | Debug preferences and see if that helps.
 
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