In a bit of a bother with the debug mechanism. I can't get it to work. Following through the "how-to" videos and landed on Debug video and whichever way I try the app simply locks up. Believe Debug is something many would have used in the development process and for a beginner like me I am lost to know how to get this going. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Areas of concern.
1). The application installs in default path (after publish)
C:\Program Files\OutSystems\Platform Server\running\SalesAssistantDebug.306084599 This path under windows is secured hence should Debug be able to work in such setup.
2). Interrogating IIS Manager, I can see the application pool for OutsystemsApplications is shown to use v2.0 of the .Net Framework. However, on my machine, I have the following shown for .Net in the installed applications
Microsoft .Net Framework 3.5 SP1
Microsoft .Net Framework 4 Client Profile
Microsoft .Net Framework 4 Extended
Microsoft .Net Framework 4 Multi Targeting Pack
If I try to reset the Application pool to v4.0 the 1CP and Run fails so I reverted these settings to what they were before.
3). On Firewall settings as suggested in another query about failures in debug, I have added the Outsystems applications as allowed applications withing firewall settings but still no joy.
Thanking you in advance
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.0.6002]
Application server in "Development Mode"
1). Complete a check of a normal run of the espace using 1CP and browsed the application. Runs OK
2). Run a Debug for the espace using F6. At this point I am ready to access server, go to open in browse and login using this session (logged out from item 1 above)
The application simply hangs after I click on "open in browser". It appears like it is waiting to load the page but eventually the service studio fails with a connection timeout.
"An error was raised by the application: CompanyView permission required
First time to see this error following the disabling of the firewall and antivirus, hence my query has taken a different route now since this was not initially being flagged.
Have enabled permissions of the CompanyEdit to a tick for the CompanyView page/screen. and rerun the Debug.
Safari can’t open the page "http://localhost/SalesAssistantDebug/" because the server where this page is located isn’t responding.
On seing the above error, I have tried to connect to the service center from within the studio and this has hang the application. The service Studio gone in a loop showing the connection error dialog multiple times before the application is terminated by the OS.