Thank you very much for your reply.
For the tomcat remote debugging part, I was already able to do that by setting up configurations similar to the steps mentioned in the Tomcat FAQ link you provided.
In fact, when start/launch tomcat in debug mode and launch the application and click on the login button, it hits the breakpoint I set in the Controller java source codes but the problem is it does not hit the breakpoints I set in the succeeding codes which are GWT codes for building the next page to display on screen after successful login. This is my problem.
The GWT version used in the application is 2.5. Is SuperDevMode the solution to my problem? If yes, can you please provide me a step-by-step guide with example on each step on how to configure it? I've seen a number of links about SuperDevMode but they don't really provide a step-by-step guide particularly one with example on each step.
Thank you so much for your help Jens.
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