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Debugger

Hi,

I am functional consultant,i m totally new in how to set debugger / break points to perticular document ex. standard po. to verify and observe the wrong values.so please suggest me steps for that.

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    Posted on Sep 08, 2009 at 06:33 AM

    /h on the command promt will take you to the debugger mode.

    you can execute the code step by step by F5 and you can keep break point at any statement.

    being a beginner, debugging a standard SAP is a big pain. better contact a ABAPer.

    regards,

    sampath

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      thankx sir,

      But how i findout the filed data ? for ex. suppose there is prob in script form and i want to find the wrong value in filed for Unit of measure for wrong value. i m taking printout of GRN in script form

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    Posted on Sep 08, 2009 at 06:48 AM

    Hi,

    You can have 2 options

    1. se38 . enter program . enter /H in the comment field for the program screen. so system switch on the debugging mode .when you execute the program you can see the cals and the logic flow in the next screen by press f5 continously

    note: if you use /h , the debugging will start from start of the program.

    2. if you need to check at any point . use the break point icon. so you can debugg from the point you placed the break point

    check

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    Posted on Sep 09, 2009 at 09:24 AM

    thankx

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