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Hi Developers,

I Am working on ECC6.0, what is the difference between the SET BREAKPONI AND EXTERNAL BREAKPOINT.

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venkat.

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 04:51 AM

    To be able to set an external breakpoint, you have to set the external debugging to active. You can set external debugging to active in the menu under Utilities ョ Settings... ョ ABAP Editor ョ Debugging in the External Debugging field. .

    set point insind the se38 program manually set.

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 04:52 AM

    Hi venkat,

    When you set a breakpoint in the Debugger, it is created as a debugger breakpoint by default. A debugger breakpoint is only valid while the Debugger instance, in which it was set, is active. When the Debugger is closed, all debugger breakpoints set in it are deleted.

    If you set a breakpoint in the ABAP Editor, for example, this breakpoint is a session breakpoint. Session breakpoints remain active independently of the existence of a Debugger and are valid for all external sessions of a logon. Within the Debugger, you can convert a debugger breakpoint into a session breakpoint and vice versa.

    If the setting Session Breakpoints Active Immediately is checked (via Utilities -Settings -ABAP Editor - Debugging in the ABAP Editor or Object Navigator), you can set a session breakpoint in an external session of a logon to force a running program into the Debugger that runs in the same logon (for example, in an external session) and will process the point at which the session breakpoint was set.

    User breakpoints (previously known as external breakpoints) are valid for all user logons on the current server of the current system. User breakpoints are specifically required when debugging BSP or Web Dynpro applications. In these cases, you do not log on using the SAP GUI but via a browser, for example. Therefore, any breakpoints must be set before logging on.

    User breakpoints are only valid for a period of 2 hours.

    As of Release 7.00, user breakpoints set for BSP or Web Dynpro applications are also valid for SAP GUI logons.

    Within the Debugger, you can convert debugger or session breakpoints into user breakpoints and vice versa.

    Thanks

    Vijay

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 04:54 AM

    hi venkat,

    The following thread will give total idea on dynamic internal table

    /people/subramanian.venkateswaran2/blog/2004/11/19/dynamic-internal-table

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    regards,

    pavan

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 05:00 AM

    HI

    Setting Breakpoints

    A breakpoint is a signal in a line of code that tells the ABAP runtime processor to interrupt the program at that line and start the ABAP Debugger. A distinction is made between static and dynamic breakpoints. For further information about the different types of breakpoints and how to use them, refer to Breakpoints.

    Displaying Fields from External Programs

    You can also display the contents of fields from external programs if you know the names of these. To do so, enter the program name in parentheses before the field name: fieldname(programname).

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