Debug doesn't work with Web Garden

Debug doesn't work with Web Garden

  
In IIS, application pools serve requests made to IIS Web Sites. An application pool can be made up by one single worker process, or by more. When two or more worker processes are configured as part of an application pool, they form a configuration concept called Web garden.

OutSystems debug functionally operates on top of a connection made to the process that is serving the application requests. Since Web Garden allocates more than one Worker Process to a single application pool, Service Studio isn't able to correctly trade debug information with the server.

You can check your Web Garden Setting by accessing your IIS console. On the target application pool select properties and then pick the Performance tab. On the bottom you can check your Web Garden settings, in order for the debugger to work, you mut have this value set to 1, i.e., Web Garden Disabled.