How do you set the debug for Fisheye using the wrapper for Windows Service?

Trying to set the debug parameter for Fisheye using a wrapper for Windows Service. Nothing seems to work. Tried what Atlassian suggested.

wrapper.java.additional.9=--debug
 

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The --debug flag is not a jvm parameter, so I think you need to edit your wrapper.conf file like this:

# Application parameters.  Add parameters as needed starting from 1
# The first application parameter is the name of the class whose main
# method is to be called when the application is launched.  The class
# name is followed by the number of parameters to be passed to its main
# method.  Then comes the actual parameters.

wrapper.app.parameter.1=com.cenqua.fisheye.FishEyeCtl
wrapper.app.parameter.2=3
wrapper.app.parameter.3=start
wrapper.app.parameter.4=--debug 
wrapper.app.parameter.5=--debug-perf

# The start parameters are followed by the name of the class whose main
# method is to be called to stop the application.  The stop class name
# is followed by a flag which controls whether or not the Wrapper should
# wait for all non daemon threads to complete before exiting the JVM.
# The flag is followed by the number of parameters to be passed to the
# stop class's main method.  Finally comes the actual parameters.
wrapper.app.parameter.6=com.cenqua.fisheye.FishEyeCtl
wrapper.app.parameter.7=true
wrapper.app.parameter.8=1
wrapper.app.parameter.9=stop

Yup, I actually figured it myself as well. Thanks Julien.

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