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Problems Debugging SRM Web Transaction

Hi,

We are running SRM 4.0 and I am trying to debug the Shopping Cart - Wizard web transaction, and I've tried the following steps:

  • Login as user <b>ABC </b>(developer user for SAP GUI without and access to the business transcation).

  • Execute transaction SICF, select service bpsc02. Click Service Data Tab and the button Settings. Add parameter ~GENERATEDYNPRO 1 to service

  • Execute transaction SE38, Choose Utilities -> Settings -> Debugging Tab. Check the checkbox "Actv." to activate external debugging for our business user <b>XYZ</b>.

  • Go to ABAP program that implements the object type BUS2121 which runs everytime we create a new shopping cart, set a HTTP-break point for business user <b>XYZ</b>.

  • Login with business user <b>XYZ </b>and run the shopping cart wizard.

However, whatever I do with the <b>XYZ</b> in the EB web browser - I never get any debugging mode.

Questions:

Any suggestions on what I can change?

Does this approach work with SRM 4.0?

Are there any extra settings in SICF i need to make?

What does the "Activate Debugging" do in SICF?

Kind Regards,

Christian

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 10:34 AM

    If you run out of ideas you can always place a loop like this

    do.

    if x = 'x' .

    exit.

    endif.

    enddo.

    and capture the work process from sm50.

    Ugly but effective.

    Ciao, Luciano.

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 09:22 AM

    Any suggestions anyone? Points rewarded 😀

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