Zend Studio allows integration with Zend Platform so that Zend Platform Events can be viewed in order to Debug, Profile, test and see the source code of problematic URLs through Zend Studio.
For more on Zend Platform Events, see the Zend Platform Online Documentation.
Before being able to Debug and Profile Events, ensure that the following conditions are met:
Zend Platform is installed on your server.
Zend Platform must be
configured to allow your host to initiate debug/profile sessions. Initiating
debug/profile sessions is restricted based on IP access lists. You can
configure the list of allowed/denied hosts through Zend Platform by going
to Configuration | Studio. Check that Zend Studio for Eclipse's IP is
in the Allowed Hosts List and is not in the Denied Hosts list.
If you are using a proxy, ensure that Zend Studio for Eclipse's correct IP is entered in the Zend Platform Category of Platform's Platform | Preferences settings. If it is incorrect, disable the 'Auto Detect Zend Studio Client settings' option and manually enter the correct IP.
See Configuring Studio Communication Settings in Platform for more information.
If you have a firewall
installed, ensure the correct tunneling settings are configured both in
(Window | Preferences | PHP | PHP Servers | Add/Edit | Tunneling), and
in Platform (Configuration | Allowed Hosts for Tunneling.)
See Setting Up Tunneling for more information.
Once all conditions have been met you can:
Access the Platform Event List and utilize Platform / Zend Studio integration functionality.