I am getting a 11724 error "process not debug enabled. run prodebugenable via proenv" when trying to run the debugger in progress developer studio. I have ran the prodebugenable command via the proenv but the error is still occurring. I don't remember having to enable debugging in any previous installs when running the debugger via studio.
Has anybody had this problem?
This is a new OE11.3.1 install and the debugger did work in 11.2.
The problem here is that for enabling the debugging, user must have logged in as root/administrator.
As an alternative, for enabling the debugging, the value of C:\Progress\OpenEdge.state in registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\PSC\PROGRESS\ProDbgCK has to be changed from Debugging disabled to Debugging enabled.
Hope this helps,
Thanks for the reply.
I have openedge 10.2B07 and 11.3.1 installed on the same machine. Would this be causing the problem?
I went into the registry and the ProDbgCK registry key has two entries.
one referencing my Openedge 10.2B install
and the other the 11.3.1 install
I change the both reg value to what you said but still getting the same error and with a follow up error saying the debugger can not connect to the AVM.
Having 10.2B07 and 11.3.1 installed on the same machine should not be a problem.
For resolving "cannot connect to AVM problem", please try increasing the connection time out which is used by the Debugger to connect to the OpenEdge Client:
Window --> Preferences --> Progress OpenEdge --> Debug --> Connection time-out (ms)
I had this issue and was able to resolve it by closing PDSOE, running the "prodegubenable -enable-all" in proenv, then opening PDSOE by right-clicking and using the the Run as administrator option. I clicked the debug button in the toolbar and got the prompt to turn it on, which I clicked on the yes button and it worked as it should. I then exited PDSOE and re-opened it normally and was able to debug.