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On this page, configure HTTP access for debugging engines to interact with local and remote Web servers, see Working with Web Servers: Copying Files.
Toolbar and common options
Use the toolbar buttons to manage the list of configurations.
|Item||Tooltip and shortcut||Description|
|Click this button to define a new configuration.|
|Click this button to remove the selected configuration from the list.|
|Import||Click this button to open the Import from Deployment Configuration Dialog dialog box. In this dialog box you can choose the deployment configuration to access the application to debug and use the host and port settings from it. Additionally, all relative path mappings from the deployment configuration are converted into absolute paths on the remote host, by adding the absolute path to the deployment root as a prefix.|
In this area, specify the connection parameters and mappings to be used during debugging sessions. Note that the Validate Remote Environment button has been removed from this page, this functionality is now available through on the main menu.
|Name||In this text box, type the name of the server debug configuration.|
|Host||In this text box, type the name of the host where the target application is deployed.|
|Port||In this text box, type the port to connect to the specified host through. If you are using localhost on your machine, this setting should correspond with the port specified in the configuration file of the local Web server where the application will be executed or debugged.|
From this drop-down list, select the debug engine to use. The available options are:
|Use path mappings||
Select this check box
to share the debug server configuration across a team.
The host/port settings and the path mappings are stored in the |