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How to debug print program RVADIN01

Hi all,

we use print program RVADIN01 to create billing documents (Application = V3, Output-Type = RD00, Program = RVADIN01, FORM routine = ENTRY, SAPScript Form = ZRVINVOICE02)

I need to debug this program, but processing does not stop at breakpoint in RVADIN01 FORM routine ENTRY (which is customized in transaction NACE), when I create an invoice via transaction VF01.

I use the new debugger and i have selected options "Update Debugging" and "System Debugging" in debugger settings.

Also I cannot debug the form, when I "Activate Debugger" in utilities menu of SE71.

Any suggestions, how to debug this program and form?

Kind regards,

Hubert

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    Posted on Sep 04, 2009 at 10:34 AM

    HI!

    AFAIK, the debugger will not stop in VF01 transaction.

    Create the invoice with VF01, and save it.

    Use VF03, give the invoice number, then choose "Billing document" -> "Issue output to" -> Screen.

    It should stop now (I always use the debugger this way).

    Regards

    Tamá

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    Posted on Sep 04, 2009 at 10:24 AM

    Hi,

    what you are doing that is the only one procedure to debug the program. After put debug point in program and activating the Script debugger in Testing server..Run again VF01..then only it will go to debugging mode...Once you try like put a debug point on OPEN_FORM.in print program and execute VF01.

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    Posted on Sep 04, 2009 at 10:36 AM

    Hi

    I think u can put break point in Script by writng command like we do in Smart forms .

    try this in script code.

    /: BREAK-POINT.

    and activate , execute the transaction .

    Regards

    Sachin

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