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General Purpose Java Debugger

A version of the Adaptive Server Anywhere Debugger which has been modified to debug Java code
 
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About the Debugger

This debugger is distributed freely by iAnywhere Solutions, a subsidiary of Sybase. It is a version of the Adaptive Server Anywhere Debugger which has been modified to debug Java code directly in the Sun VM. It requires JDK1.3 or better. This tool is meant to be used "as is" - there are no plans to release future versions of this debugger.

This software contains confidential and trade secret information of Sybase, Inc. Copyright 1999 Sybase, Inc. All rights reserved. All unpublished rights reserved. Sybase, Inc. 6475 Christie Avenue, Emeryville, CA 94608, USA. Sybase is a trademark of Sybase, Inc.

Windows NT Installation

By downloading this utility you are indicating your acceptance of the terms in The License Agreement
  • Download and install JDK1.3 from Sun
  • Download the Java Debugger and unzip it into its own directory (eg: d:jddb)
  • Add d:jddb to your path, or copy d:jddbjddb.cmd into your path.
  • Modify the first 3 lines of jddb.cmd to reflect the directories that you installed jddb and jdk1.3 into:
            setlocal
            set _jdk2_=x:jdk1.3
            set _jddb_=x:jddb
    
  • To debug, replace "java" with "jddb" when you start a java program.

Solaris (SPARC) installation

  • Download and install JDK1.3 from Sun
  • Download jddb.zip and unzip it into its own directory (eg: ~/jddb)
  • chmod a+x ~/jddb/jddb
  • Add ~/jddb to your PATH (or copy ~/jddb/jddb into your PATH)
  • If you didn't unzip into the suggested directories, modify the first 3 lines of jddb.cmd to reflect the directories that you did install into. ie:
        #!/bin/sh
        setenv _jdk_ /usr/local/jdk1.3
        setenv _jddb_ ~/tools/jddb
    
  • To debug, replace "java" with "jddb" when you start a java program.
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Last Revised: Jan 09, 2005
Product: SQL Anywhere
Business or Technical: Technical
  
Content Id: 1002448
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