A useful trick to debug pop-up…
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:
Change the title to help you to identify the client, change the tcode to /h and chose a place to save the shortcut
Go to your desktop and find your shortcut:
Now, how the magic happens:
A message will be shown…
Continue the process… And the debbug will starts after your click event!
Hope it helps 🙂
i gotta so check this out.
Thankyou for sharing,
Till now i was aware of notepad method only. Now will try this one also..
It works when I choose Type as 'System Command'. Doesn't work with type as 'Transaction'. Thanks for this tip.
It's right! I forgot to change it! Need to be System Command! Thanks 🙂
Someone showed me this just last week. Good to see someone else sharing this useful tip!
useful tip!!!!! thanks for sharing
Great Job 🙂
Thanks for sharing 🙂
Thanks for your sharing. I am also always using your tip with slightly different approach.
I just create a txt file with content:
It works as well 🙂
This method creates a file that is independent of SYSID, which is good.
One file to rule them all.
Very good, i tried and the tip is working!!!!
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! 😎