Debugging Custom Validation Code with the JDeveloper Debugger
JDeveloper’s integrated debugger is very useful for finding and fixing problems in your code.
It offers both local and remote debugging of Java code. A local debugging session is started by setting breakpoints in source files, and then starting the debugger. When debugging a program in JDeveloper, you have complete control over the execution of the flow, and can view and modify values of variables.
More information about the debugger is included in the lesson titled “Troubleshooting ADF BC Applications” in this course. Additionally, the OTN article Tips for Debugging ADF Applications Using JDeveloper contains a lot of useful information on using the debugger.