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Debugging distributed object applications with the Eclipse platform

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Debugging distributed object applications with the Eclipse platform
Debugging distributed applications is a wellknown challenge within the realm of Computer Science. Common problems faced by developers include: lack of an observable global state, lack of a central location from where to monitor possible states, non-deterministic execution, heisenbugs, and many others. There are currently many good techniques available which could be employed in building a tool for circumventing some of those issues, especially when considering widespread middleware-induced models such as Java RMI, CORBA or Microsoft .NET based applications. In this paper, we introduce an extended symbolic debugger for Eclipse which besides usual source-level debugging capabilities, adds to the ion pool a distributed thread concept, central to causality in any synchronous-call distributed object application.
Giuliano Mega, Fabio Kon
Added 30 Jun 2010
Updated 30 Jun 2010
Type Conference
Year 2004
Where ECLIPSE
Authors Giuliano Mega, Fabio Kon
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