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Ramanan-R

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2007 2:07 pm    Post subject: How to debug dialogs in ADSO?
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Hi All icon_biggrin.gif ,

Can anyone advise how to debug ADSO dialogs. A document with debugging commands would be better.

Thanks in advance,

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 14, 2007 8:08 pm    Post subject:
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Follow these commands:

DEBUG DEBUG DIAL <dailog name>
<It should say Debug fir the particualar dialog initaiated >

QUALIFY PROC <process name>

then u have to provide the SEQUENCE NO. for the corresponding dialog in the below manner:

AT #<sequence no>

it should say -----> <sequence no> added/modified then this number becomes ur BREAK POINT, if not means the given sequence doesn't belong to the process given in Qualified statement or given no is not the DML...
after that

EXIT

and run ur application....at ur break point of paricular process it will give u screen saying debugged at sequence no <sequence no>

then u can find the value of any element valid in that dialog like :

L '<element name>'
it will give you value in HEX format in left side & xact value in right side.

Lastly If u want to come out of Debug mode...Issue below command:

QUIT

thats ittttttt..........
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 14, 2007 8:13 pm    Post subject:
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hey 1 more thing....if u want to continue thru ur BREAK POINT then Issue a command :

RES

It will follow the normal execution & and If you want to include multiple break points...u can do that also either in 1 shot...or seperately...
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 16, 2007 12:18 pm    Post subject:
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g.gaurav wrote:
hey 1 more thing....if u want to continue thru ur BREAK POINT then Issue a command :

RES

It will follow the normal execution & and If you want to include multiple break points...u can do that also either in 1 shot...or seperately...


Hi Ramanan,

if your dialog is associated to a map, then you can easily debug it through Adsalive. It is tool through which you can animate the required processes of the dialog and can view line by line execution of it.

Or else you always have an option of using Xpeditor to debug.

Hope this helps.
Thanks
Saurabh
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 16, 2007 3:12 pm    Post subject: How to debug dialogs in ADSO?
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g.gaurav wrote:
Follow these commands:

DEBUG DEBUG DIAL <dailog name>
<It should say Debug fir the particualar dialog initaiated >

QUALIFY PROC <process name>

then u have to provide the SEQUENCE NO. for the corresponding dialog in the below manner:

AT #<sequence no>

it should say -----> <sequence no> added/modified then this number becomes ur BREAK POINT, if not means the given sequence doesn't belong to the process given in Qualified statement or given no is not the DML...
after that

EXIT

and run ur application....at ur break point of paricular process it will give u screen saying debugged at sequence no <sequence no>

then u can find the value of any element valid in that dialog like :

L '<element name>'
it will give you value in HEX format in left side & xact value in right side.

Lastly If u want to come out of Debug mode...Issue below command:

QUIT

thats ittttttt..........



Hi Gaurav,

Can you please tell us where we have enter these DEBUG, QUALIFY and AT#? Do we need to enter these commands in IDD? If possible can you explain with an example?

Thanks,
shahul
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 10, 2007 11:09 am    Post subject:
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Thanks Gaurav and Saurabh....

1. Can we view the list of breakpoints
2 How do we remove a breakpoint.

Do we have commands for the above?

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Ramanan R
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2007 2:24 am    Post subject:
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Hi Ramanan,

I understood the requirement but i can give you a suggestion that using ADSALIVE you can debug the dialogs because ADSALIVE used to execute the code line by line and then traces the errors if any.

Please talk to your supervisor or manager to have this application.

Let me know if you need any more info on this.

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Anil
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