My answers below..

On Tue, Nov 24, 2009 at 3:18 PM, Kris Verlaenen <> wrote:
Do you only have this when you run this using "Debug as Drools JUnit
test" and not when you debug this as a normal JUnit test?  
Normal unit-tests run fine, I just can't put a breakpoint on my rules.

And if you
turn this into a normal class with a main method, do you still have this
when using "Debug as Drools application" and/or "Debug as Java application".
I got that behaviour at work, but now I just tried at home and had the same problem.

Here I'm on Ubuntu 9.10, jdk 6, Drools 5 and Eclipse 3.5

And no firewall turned on that could cause this connection refused?

Not really.


I actually installed Drools plugin via Eclipse's dropin folder. I'll remove it from there and try to install it via the regular update site to see what happens.

Thanks, Kris.

Quoting Leonardo Gomes <>:

> Hi Guys,
> I'm having the following exception while trying to lauch "Debug as
> Drools
> JUnit Test":
> FATAL ERROR in native method: JDWP No transports initialized,
> jvmtiError=JVMTI_ERROR_INTERNAL(113)
> ERROR: transport error 202: connect failed: Connection refused
> ["transport.c",L41]
> ERROR: JDWP Transport dt_socket failed to initialize,
> ["debugInit.c",L500]
> JDWP exit error JVMTI_ERROR_INTERNAL(113): No transports initialized
> I'm using:
> * Eclipse 3.5.0
> * Drools Eclipse Plugin 5.0.1
> * jdk1.5.0_18
> Any ideas?
> Thank you,
> Leo.