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How to debug SAPUI5 code is IE10?

Hello Experts,

Basically, I'm using Chrome Developer Tools in order to develop and debug applications in SAPUI5.

However, I have some applications that should run on IE10 and I need to debug on it.

Since the load of the resources is dynamic how can I set breakpoints in IE10? (the source is not available to set breakpoints...).

Also, when scripts are loaded they have names like ''DynamicScriptXX".

For now I've found a primitive way of doing it: I write some arbitrary string in my code and IE10 stops because of error and then I debug.

I'm sure there is a 'normal' way to set debug, so how to debug in IE?

Regards,

Omri

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    Posted on Dec 10, 2015 at 07:27 AM

    Hi,

    1. Put your debugger; line wherever you need it to be in your javascript code.
    2. Open up IE and BEFORE loading your page and press F12 to bring up the Dev Tools
    3. In the Dev Tools, click on the Script tab and press the Start Debugging button. This will make the Dev tools aware of any breakpoints you have specified.
    4. Load up your webpage and the Dev Tool should pick up the debugger statement.
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  • Posted on Dec 10, 2015 at 07:36 AM

    Please refer this document . it may be useful SAPUI5 SDK - Demo Kit


    Script Debugging Using the Internet Explorer Developer Tools


    Kindly let me know if you need any more information

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