Apama 10.3 | Apama Documentation | Using Apama with Software AG Designer | Debugging JMon Applications | Creating a debug run configuration
Creating a debug run configuration
After you have a running correlator that is enabled for remote debugging, you must create a debug run configuration that you use to connect to the correlator:
* To create a debug run configuration
1. From the Software AG Designer menu, select Run > Debug Configurations.
2. In the Debug dialog, on the left, select Remote Java Application.
3. From the Debug dialog toolbar, select New launch configuration.
4. Select the Connect tab, if it is not already selected.
5. Enter a name for your project and set the host and port for the remote JVM connection you previously specified as Java options when you started the correlator.
6. Click the Source tab and add the path to the Java source for your JMon application.
7. Click Apply and then Debug.
This launch configuration immediately connects to the remote JVM process in the correlator and Software AG Designer switches to the Apama Runtime perspective, which you use for debugging. You are now ready to remotely debug your JMon application. Debugging a JMon application in Software AG Designer is the same as debugging any other Java application in Eclipse.

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