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Avoid debugging SAP standard code.


I would like to know whether it is possible to avoid debugging SAP standard code, a lot of the times it just complicates the specific debugging process. I know it is possible to step out of functions etc., but I would like to have an option that says "Do not show any SAP standard code when debugging."

Does such an option exist or do you have any other tips and tricks

Thank you in advance...

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    Posted on Jan 18, 2005 at 10:36 AM

    Hi Michael,

    I'm sure you are talking about debugging in the development environment. If that is the case, then you can use breakpoints in the (custom) code, so that you can always start from the point where you are interested.

    Among the break points, you could use programmed break points as well as breakpoints set explicitly after the code is generated.


    Anand Mandalika.

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      With all due respect I think you are talking idealistic. It is great to use breakpoints and get used to it but sometimes it is hard to skip SAP std code to do specific value check.

      From my experience I can tell you that if you debug a std prog. then you should always open a parallel window and look for specific functionality of the SAP prog. then you can always decide if you would like to process the code step by step F5 or skip it with F6 moving to the next module. Yes with practice and specific search you will be able to make judgement very easily.

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