I need to open debug ports for a standalone JIRA (installed without using atlassian-sdk)
I have tried adding JVM Arguments in my setenv.bat file like this:
But after starting JIRA and trying to debug from IntelIJ Idea I get a
java.net.ConnectException "Connection refused: connect
I can't open any of atlassian answers questions when I Goolge it, because today it was migrated to community.atlassian
Thanks in advance!
After some time and digging, I have figured out a way to do this.
After configuring a Remote in IntelliJ idea I am, once again, a happy developer =)
To make sure you are able to debug JIRA you can use Java debugger aka jdb by executing:
jdb -attach localhost:8000
As a result, you should see something like this:
brother@brother:~$ jdb -attach localhost:34347 Set uncaught java.lang.Throwable Set deferred uncaught java.lang.Throwable Initializing jdb ... >
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