Microsoft Dynamics AX Debugger

The Microsoft Dynamics AX debugger is a tool that communicates with the Microsoft Dynamics AX Client or the Microsoft Dynamics AX Business Connector. This debugger replaces the Microsoft X++ debugger that was in versions of the product prior to Microsoft Axapta 3.0. This section has the following topics.

Topic

Description

What's New in the Microsoft Dynamics AX Debugger

Explains the new features in the Microsoft Dynamics AX debugger.

Enabling the Debugger

Explains how to activate the debugger to debug code on the client, the Application Object Server (AOS), or the Business Connector.

Using the Microsoft Dynamics AX Debugger

Explains the general functionality of the debugger.

Using Breakpoints

Explains how to work with breakpoints.

Debugger Windows

Explains general information about the Microsoft Dynamics AX debugger windows.

Variables Window

Explains how to use the Variables window.

Watch Window

Explains how to use the Watch window.

Output Window

Explains how to use the Output window.

Breakpoints Window

Explains how to use the Breakpoints window.

Debugger Shortcut Keys

Lists the shortcut keys that are available in the Microsoft Dynamics AX debugger.

Use this debugger to debug X++ code that is running on the following:

  • Microsoft Dynamics AX Business Connector

  • AOS

  • Microsoft Dynamics AX Client

Debugging X++ code in the Business Connector is similar to debugging code that is running on the client. The only difference between debugging on the Business Connector and debugging on the client is that the Business Connector has no client window. The client must be used to set the initial breakpoints.

NoteNote

All the information that is shown in the debugger is retrieved directly from the client or the Business Connector. The debugger has no connection to the database, the application, or AOS.


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