Sometimes we need to debug a process but the logic that you need to debug is after a button event after 3 pop-ups. So, what you do? Debug everything trying to figure it out when your point starts…  NO! You can create a shortcut on your desktop and drop down it into your pop-up or before the event and the debug will start after it.

Creating a debug shortcut:

Shorcut_step1.png

Change the title to help you to identify the client, change the tcode to /h and chose a place to save the shortcut

Shorcut_step2.png

And Finish.

Go to your desktop and find your shortcut:

Shorcut_step3.png

Now, how the magic happens:

Shorcut_step3.png

A message will be shown…

Continue the process… And the debbug will starts after your click event!

Hope it helps 🙂

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  1. Jerry Wang

    Hi Andrea,

    Thanks for your sharing. I am also always using your tip with slightly different approach.

    I just create a txt file with content:

    [FUNCTION]

    Command=/H

    Title=Debugger

    Type=SystemCommand

    It works as well 🙂

    Best regards,

    Jerry

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  2. Suseelan Hari

    Hi Andrea,

    Why Not? Definitely it helps us! Fantastic blog and keep up the good work!

    Waiting for new tips! All the best!  🙂

    Good Luck! Happy New Year 2014! 😎

    Regards,

    Hari Suseelan

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