2 Replies Latest reply on Jun 30, 2011 12:29 PM by Gerry Matte

    JBoss Tools 3.3 triggers Debugger Error with JBoss 6 and JBoss 7

    Gerry Matte Apprentice

      Hello.

      A few days ago I tried using JBoss Tools 3.3-M1 with Eclipse Indigo (JEE bundle - windows 64 bit version).  My JVM is Oracle Java 1.6_u24 x64.

      As warned, the result was not good - as soon as I tried to use my JBoss 6 server I began to receive (every ten seconds or so) an error window with title "Debugger Error" and content:

      Incompatible debugger version.

      The remote debugger version may not match the expected protocol version

      (200604075)

       

      I didn't test with a 32 bit JVM because it's not easy to remove JBoss Tools once installed (it may not be possible to do).  The jboss server was version 6.0.0.Final.  I ended up deleting the Indigo and re-installing and reloading the plugins I needed (but not JBoss Tools of course).

       

      At today's webinar on JBoss AS7 (White Rabbit) I learned that a new release of JBoss Tools 3.3-M2 had just been made available and it is compatible both with Indigo and with JBoss AS7.

       

      Sadly, after installing the new JBoss Tools and starting up JBoss AS 7, the same error occurs.

       

      I suppose there must be something unusual about my environment that escaped your testing processes.  Since I haven't customised the Jboss 7 at all, possibly one of the Eclipse plug-ins I downloaded is incompatible with JBoss Tools 3.3.

       

      To test this hypothesis, I reinstalled a new Eclipse Indigo and then only installed JBoss Tools 3.3.0-M2.  I created a Dynamic Web Project for JBoss AS7 and started the server.  No errors this time - so I guess there must be an incompatibility between JBoss Tools and one of the plugins I downloaded before JBoss Tools:

      m2e-Maven Integration for Eclipse 1.0.0.20110607-2117

      m2e-slfj over logback logging (optional) 1.0.0.20110607-2117

      Marketplace Client 1.1.0.I20110525-0742

       

      or more likely the JEE Developer collection of plugins shown on the attached screen shot.

       

      I recognise that incompatibility with other peoples software may be something you can't or won't want to spend time investigating.  However, I only picked the basic software that any J2EE developer would want in addition to JBoss Tools so I suspect this problem will surface again with other developers.

       

      I an happy to assist with further testing to find out what the problem is.  Let me know what I can do.