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Debugging of global transfer and update routine

Hi all,

Can anyone please tell me how we can debug global update and transfer routines. I know transfer and update rules are debugged in monitor->Details->Datapackage->Simulate update.

thanks,

Sabrina.

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    Posted on Jun 10, 2005 at 06:28 PM

    Hi,

    It will not affect in production or QA or Dev. The breakpoints are stored specific to the user. Only when you Run the extraction based on your UserID you will see the breakpoint in those routines. If you have cleared all of them properly you won't see it.

    Thank you

    Arun

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  • Posted on Jun 10, 2005 at 05:18 PM

    Yes Sabrina ... that's right. When I need to debug a Start Routine I just write a BREAK-POINT inside it and then I go in Monitor->Details->Datapackage->Simulate update ... checking for Transfer Rule or Update Rule. Normally the BREAK-POINT is ignored (but delete it because i noticed that in some cases it sloes down performance): I use it just to get quickly where I need.

    Hope it helps

    GFV

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    • Former Member

      Hi Vallese,

      Thanks for getting back, I want to practice ABAP Debugger for testing transfer, update rules, start routine written at both transfer and communication structure. I am not doing it in Production, so I think it shouldn't effect. But why would it effect in production, is it if we forget to clear the breakpoint. Can you please tell me how to use ABAP Editor or if there is any material for this?

      Please let me know.

      thanks

      Sabrina.

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