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How to: Manage Breakpoints from the Debugger Code Viewer

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013

You can view, set, enable, disable, or delete breakpoints directly in the Code part of the Debugger window.

For more information about how to open the Debugger window, see Activating the Debugger.

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If you set a breakpoint from the debugger, then it is not displayed in the C/AL Editor. If you enable, disable, or delete a breakpoint from the debugger, that change is not displayed in the C/AL Editor until you open the editor again.

To view breakpoints in the code viewer

  • In the Debugger window, in the code viewer, breakpoints are displayed in the margin. An enabled breakpoint is identified by a red dot. A disabled breakpoint is identified by an unfilled red circle.

To set a breakpoint in the code viewer

  • In the Debugger window, in the code viewer, do one of the following:

    • Place the cursor on the line of code on which you want to set a breakpoint, and then on the Home tab, in the Breakpoints group, choose Toggle.

      A red dot is displayed in the margin of the code, and the breakpoint is immediately enabled.

    • Choose the margin to the left of the line of code on which you want to set a breakpoint.

      A red dot is displayed in the margin of the code, and the breakpoint is immediately enabled.

To enable a single breakpoint in the code viewer

  • In the Debugger window, in the code viewer, do one of the following:

    • Place the cursor on the line of code that has a disabled breakpoint, and then on the Home tab, in the Breakpoints group, choose Toggle.

      The unfilled red circle changes to a red dot, and the breakpoint is immediately enabled.

    • Choose the unfilled red circle in the margin to the left of the line of code with the disabled breakpoint.

      The unfilled red circle changes to a red dot, and the breakpoint is immediately enabled.

To disable all breakpoints in the code viewer

  • In the Debugger window, on the Home tab, in the Breakpoints group, choose Disable All. All breakpoints, including breakpoints in other codeunits that are not currently displayed in the code viewer, are immediately disabled.

To delete a single breakpoint in the code viewer

  • In the Debugger window, in the code viewer, do one of the following:

    • Place the cursor on the line of code that has an enabled breakpoint, and then on the Home tab, in the Breakpoints group, choose Toggle.

    • Choose the red dot in the margin to the left of the line of code with the enabled breakpoint.

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