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How to trace / debug JForum ?

 
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Usually, I only use jdk + ant + ultraedit or vi to build / modify my own code, It's enough for me 8)
Recently I've installed Eclipse but I'm really n00b !
Is there anybody able to quickly explain me how to trace /debug JForum ? I'm using Jetty to serve JSP

PS : I know I could just use log to trace but this is not a really efficient method
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May be Rafael could help me ?
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Take a look on this presentation I made some time ago:

http://www.guj.com.br/content/articles/eclipse/EclipseTomcatServletDebugging.htm

It is in portuguese, but just by looking at the sequence you should understand it

Rafael
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