How to debug in Eclipse

Any Idea how I can debug using breakpoint in Eclipse while running CUBA studio

I’m sure it’s possible but I don’t use Eclipse. For debugging purposes, I usually use the logger. In your class, import the following:
import org.slf4j.Logger;
import org.slf4j.LoggerFactory;

Then in your class, add this line:
private Logger log = LoggerFactor.getLogger(.class);

Now in your code, you can add your log statements.
Hope this helps.

Hello, Harinder!
Yes, it’s possible to debug in Eclipse. Please follow this steps:

  1. Install CUBA Eclipse plugin as described in the [url=]docs[/url].
  2. Open Project Properties in CUBA Studio and set Eclipse as Java IDE.
  3. Run Build -> Create or update Eclipse project files
  4. Select Entity or Screen that you want to debug or just go to the Project Properties tab in CUBA Studio and click IDE (make sure Eclipse IDE is running)
This steps will properly import your CUBA project to the Eclipse IDE, create working set and debug configuration. You can run debug through Debug Configurations screen, in Remote Java Applications section. The name of debug configuration is -remote_debug.