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Even am deleting the break-point in S.FORM,its coming, while issuing output

Hi Experts,

I hv a SMARTFORM. I put the BREAK-POINT and after working with this Break-point, I deleted(as per my memory/knowledge).

So, When I am executing Print output in VA23 ->Issue Output -->selecting RIGHT green mark, am getting the break-point / control is stopping at break-point

But, I deleted that break-point!

So, I checked the SMARTFORM, I did not find any break-points/Programming lines! So, from Where its coming?

I mean, Is there any feature (like SE38 >MENU >Utilities > break-points >display) in SMARTFOMRS?

thanq.

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2007 at 03:54 PM

    did u activate the smartform after u deleted the break-point. make sure u activate..

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      ThanQ Sheshu,

      <i>just log off the system and login again</i> . - I did, No use.

      Following ur statemnt, I did not understand.

      <i>check in smartform did you write in hardcode break user name ?</i>

      But, from it, I got one idea that, in debug mode, I noted down the line # and FM/Prog. name, and I went to SE38 >given prog. name ->displayed, and there I found the Break-point syntax. So, I wanna delete/commment it, ,if I do it,but am getting the message as,

      <i><b>The object in a name space that is reserved for generated objects. Falg object as generated?</b></i>

      So,

      1 - Shuld I say OK or CANCEL to the above message? (actually, as I dont know, I clicked CANCEL/NO, then am getting the following message,

      <i><b>Object does not have an object directory entry</b></i>

      2- Actually, Wht does it mean?

      ThanQ.

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  • Posted on Jun 12, 2007 at 03:55 PM

    Did you activate your SMARTFORM after deleting the break point?

    ~Suresh

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      ThanQ Suresh,

      In SMARTFORM debug mode, I noted down the line # and FM/Prog. name, and I went to SE38 >given prog. name ->displayed, and there I found the Break-point (acive)syntax. So, I wanna delete/commment it,if I do it, but am getting the message as,

      <i><b>The object in a name space that is reserved for generated objects. Falg object as generated?</b></i>

      So,

      1 - Shuld I say OK or CANCEL to the above message? (actually, as I dont know, I clicked CANCEL/NO, then am getting the following message,

      <i><b>Object does not have an object directory entry</b></i>

      2- Actually, Wht does it mean?

      ThanQ.

      Message was edited by:

      Srikhar

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    Posted on Jun 13, 2007 at 03:36 AM

    Hi srikhar ..

    just run one more time ... if break-point comes again ...

    you can see it in th debug mode .... just <b>double click in the red stop</b> of the debug .. it will disapppear ...<b> @ this place save it using the Floppy icon </b> ...

    so that the debug changed is saved ...execute it ...

    try next time ... it wont stop .... becuase the changes are saved ...

    Girish

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    Posted on Jun 13, 2007 at 02:26 PM

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