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Interactive Diagnostic Data Explorer is a GUI-based alternative to the dump viewer (jdmpview command) that is part of your IBM Java Development Kit or Runtime Environment. Use the Interactive Diagnostic Data Explorer to more easily explore and examine dump files that are produced by the JVM. New in version 1.2.4: Support added for IBM® SDK for Node.js Version 6 New in version 1.2.3: Support added for IBM® SDK for Node.js Version 4 New commands for working with Node.js core files New in version 1.2.2: Support added for IBM® SDK for Node.js Version 1.2 New in version 1.2.1: More commands are added for exploring Node.js core files New in version 1.2: Support for core files that were generated by the IBM® SDK for Node.js. As well as new commands for exploring this type of core file, the command assistance also shows the C and C++ data structures that are contained within the core file.
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Submitted by Ivy Ho on Thu, 2015-10-29 19:32
In the Platform Support, Mac is mentioned. Does it refer to the eclipse supported platform only?
I do not think IDDE commands support Mac for IBM SDK for Node.js yet.
Submitted by Sian January on Wed, 2015-11-18 15:38
That's right, IDDE can run on a Mac and read core files from other platforms that have been copied onto a Mac, but it cannot currently read core files created on Mac OS.
Submitted by Abdullah Al Mahmud on Mon, 2018-02-12 17:46
Hi, I created the core file in Ubuntu and load on IDDE but not seeing JS commands. Is the IDDE is updated in the marketplace?
Submitted by Sian January on Tue, 2018-02-20 05:54
IDDE stopped supporting Node.js after version 4. A good alternative for core-dump debugging would be LLDB with the LLNode plugin. https://developer.ibm.com/node/2016/08/15/exploring-node-js-core-dumps-u...