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Much of the code we developed in X ++ classes running on the server layer ( Data Providers reports, processes Batch , SysOperation , …), which is a little uncomfortable when debugging. If we put a breakpoint from the X ++ editor in MorphX in code running on the server, we see how the integrated debugger never stops at this point.
Prepare the development environment for debugging server code from Visual Studio (including the X ++ code, the server always runs as CIL code) forces us to consider a few prerequisites, so I’ll list here to keep on hand when we do need:
Prerequisites and prior considerations:
Start the remote debugging:
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