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Debugging Memory Areas

The small document explains “How to see Memory areas in Debugging

Take a different Desktop tab in the debugger. I have choosen Desktop 3.

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Click the button /wp-content/uploads/2013/09/small_img1_280541.jpgon the extreme right hand side. On the pop-up window select the highlighted option.

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On the next screen select the highlighted entry.

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This is the place where you see the EXPORT/IMPORT memory ID contents.

It looks like below… Check the appropriate memory areas!! .

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It looks like below… Check the appropriate memory areas!! .

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Points to remember:

  • While EXPORTing many tables to one memory ID, remember the sequence.
  • During IMPORT, sequence of the fields/structures/tables need to be in same order as in EXPORT operation.

Thank you.

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Kiran N

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      Another good one Kiran, will be useful to novice users.

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      Thanks Rajesh.. Delighted for sharing.. 🙂

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      Kiran N

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      Another nice one...

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      Thanks Rashmitha .. 🙂

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      Kiran N

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      Good work 🙂

      Thanks for sharing 🙂

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      Thanks Ajmeri ..

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      Useful info! Thanks a lot Kiran!

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      Thanks Arun.. 🙂

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      Useful indeed. Keep sharing

      Cheers,

      PS

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      Thanks Purushottam .. 🙂

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      small document 😉 😉 😉 , but useful document. 🙂 🙂

      Thanks For sharing.

      Regards,

      Giri

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      Thanks SG ..  🙂