Monday, 6 January 2014

Breakpoints in ABAP Debugger Screen

Breakpoints in ABAP Debugger Screen

Click the Breakpoint mode button in the ABAP debugger screen. This allows you to see a list of the individual breakpoints which have been set. Double-clicking any breakpoint in the Breakpoints table will remove that breakpoint from the list
    
Breakpoints in ABAP Debugger Screen

This breakpoint table can be very useful, particularly when one is in a large program with many breakpoints set. It allows one to review the breakpoint, and allows for the removal of breakpoints which are no longer desired.
It is important to remember that breakpoints (and indeed Watchpoints) are only valid for the length of the current debug session. When you exit your session, the breakpoints will be deleted. However, an option does exist allowing you to save breakpoints (and, again, Watchpoints) before closing a debug session, keeping them active for the next time the program is to be debugged, saving the hassle of recreating them. This is done by entering
the ‘Breakpoint’ menu in the top toolbar and choosing ‘Save’. All of the breakpoints saved will then remain until they are manually removed, or until the end of your SAP session
Breakpoints in ABAP Debugger Screen

                                          

If one is in the ABAP editor, it is possible to see an overview of all the dynamic break-points set in the program by accessing the following menu option: Utilities Breakpoints Display
Breakpoints in ABAP Debugger Screen

Breakpoints in ABAP Debugger Screen

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