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How to debug with WAS 5.0

 
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I'm not sure if I'm doing right or not. I'm trying to debug the application
running on WAS 5.0 but debug the source code in WSAD. I followed the WSAD infocenter's to set up the WAS in debug mode. I changed, one field startup checkbox in servers -> server1 -> configuration -> debugging service but keep the others as default. I'm confused now and it doesn't work. WSAD said "cannot attach to localhost:7777". It seems that WSAD is doing right, but what is wrong with WAS 5.0. How can I attach WSAD to WAS and debug the code running in WAS? What does the agent controller do for me?
 
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