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Attaching remote debugger in Netbeans

I am working on a web application based on Ant,Struts and Java. I wanted a way to debug the live application in my local environment and I found out that attaching remote debugger is the best option. It helps in debugging live application.

What is Remote Debugging?

The client/server design of the Java debugger allows you to launch a Java program from computer on your network and debug it from the workstation running the platform. This is particularly useful when you are developing a program for a device that cannot host the development platform [source: eclipse community]


How to enable it in Netbeans

  1. Open Netbeans IDE
  2. Go to Debug option 
  3. Click on Attach Debugger 
  4. Enter the host name and port number
  5. Click OK
Note: Make sure you start the application first before attaching the remote debugger



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