Using the Debug View, Process Editor, and Variable View for Remote Debugging
In remote debugging, the debug target is the remote process engine. The debug target contains multiple processes that were attached to for debugging.
When you attach to a process, it is suspended by the debug target until you resume or step the process.
In the Debug View, you can suspend, disconnect, and terminate all threads. In addition, you can use tools to make corrections in faulting activities, as shown in the illustration.
Suspends the selected running process
Disconnects from the remote server resuming any processes that were suspended
Removes all terminated processes
Set up a launch configuration and then connect to a process
Once a process is attached, Process Developer automatically opens the workspace copy of it in the Process Editor. The Process Editor shows the state of the attached process instance, in the same way as it does for simulation as the example shows.
The Process Variables view is automatically updated to follow the instance data of the selected process.