Access to Lines in Source Code pinpointed when Error Detection reports an error

Access to Lines in Source Code pinpointed when Error Detection reports an error

Problem:

When running Standalone Error Detection on an application uploaded to a run time system, user cannot map errors being detected to the  line in the source code.

 

Resolution:

In order to map errors back to the source code line , the PDB's must be available  as well has the path to the source code must be known to Error Detection. The pdb's can be uploaded to the same directory as the executable being profiled.  The source file locations can be configured before starting a profiling session using the DevPartner Error Detection, General options. Under these options the user should be able to note the path to the source files in this location. then run a profiling session, to ensure the settings file is saved.  A .DPbcd will be saved in that directory, which should enable the user to map the error back to the source file.

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