Test applications using Flash Builder

In Adobe Flash Builder, you can start your application in either run or debug mode.
  • Run mode: Your application executes but cannot be suspended or examined.
  • Debug mode: Your application can be executed, suspended, and resumed. This allows you to examine, test, and debug your application.
Before you begin:

Create a launch configuration

The following steps describe how to create a debug configuration.

  1. In Adobe Flash Builder, on the Run menu, click Debug Configurations.
  2. In the list of configurations, right-click Mobile Application.

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  3. Click New.
  4. On the Main tab, in the Launch method section, select your launch method.
    • Select On device for testing on a device.
    • Select On Simulator for testing on a simulator.
  5. In the Launch configuration section, select your BlackBerry device or simulator from the drop-down menu.
  6. Select the Install and launch the application on the device checkbox.

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  7. On the Common tab, in the Display in favorites menu section, select the Debug checkbox.

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  8. Click Apply.
  9. Click Debug to start your application on your BlackBerry device or simulator.

Debug or run your application

To execute your application using a debug configuration, choose one of the following steps:
  • Click the debug icon; or
  • On the Run menu, expand Debug As. Click Mobile Application.
To execute your application using a run configuration, choose one of the following steps:
  • Click the run icon; or
  • On the Run menu, expand Run As. Click Mobile Application

The Console pane displays any debug output information. You can switch to the Debug perspective for a more detailed view of your debug session.
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