You can use tcode WD_TRACE_TOOL to switch on trace.

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After that when you launch your webdynpro application, you can observe there is a Webdynpro trace window embedded in the bottom of the application. You can either deactivate the trace in old dynpro tool or in that embedded window.

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After you click Store trace as Zip File & Finish trace,you can save the trace file as zip locally.

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The trace setting is checked and loaded in the very beginning phase of webdynpro runtime initialization,

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The trace is actually added in the runtime via the utility macro below:

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And finally into trace file with xml format

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