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Debugging in load monitor

Hi guys how do you debug a data package in load monitor? for update rules?

Step-by-step will be very helpful-thanks.

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    Posted on Sep 30, 2005 at 02:34 PM


    in the monitor, goto the detail tab.

    right click on the datapackage and choose 'simulate update'.

    on the next screen you have to choose the update or the transfer rules and additionally the data records.



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    • Hi,

      First of all, you may just look at data transformation during upload: do not tick options for debugging TRs and URs. The data flow during upload through PSA is the following:

      PSA - start routine in TRs (if any) - comm structure - start routine in URs of the data target (if any) - data target. When you simulate update you go through these area, hit 'Target records' and see what the name of the screen and you'll see how records are transformed when they are passed through all these processes.

      If you mant to debug your routines, then check an appropriate option (in TRs or/and URs). Note a distinct key word in your routine and after you arrive to the debug screen, press CTRL-F and put into search string your key word. If you find it, put a break-point (from contextual menu) onto string with your code. Hit F8 (maybe several times). When finally you are at your code, copy-paste the names of the variables you are interested in into bottom frame. Then go through the code hitting F5 or F6 and see how the vars value are changed and what logic is executed (I mean, which code is executed in IFs, LOOPs etc. and which - is not). It may give your rather good undersatnding what's going on in the routine.

      Best regards,


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