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Debugging a solution with No source available window

Hi Experts,

We are trying to debug a solution. But we are getting the "No Source Available" screen instead of showing errors. There is no error on the screen. There is a link "Show Disassembly". when I click on the link, the Cloud application studio is restarting automatically.

I want to know why the screen is coming. At what type of scenario the screen will come. is there any checklist to find the reason for the screen?. If is there any error in my code, I want to see the error instead of this screen.

Without any error messages I have no indication about what could be the problem. Can anyone guide me to find the solution to this? Please help me to find the field.

Thanks & regards,

Ananth

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  • Posted on Jul 30 at 08:50 AM

    What solution do you have open?

    What breakpoints did you place? Cloud Studio doesn't "Break on Error".

    Have you tried going to the Call Stack window and clicking on the current method being executed?

    Is this a DEV, TEST or Production Tenant (these are three actual different tenant types)?

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  • Posted on Aug 21 at 02:37 PM

    Hi Ananth,

    You can check the call stack from Output window as below :-

    Can you try to activate your code logic and recheck this scenario by debugging the code, it should be resolved.

    Thanks & Regards,

    Deepty


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