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Author's profile photo Tomas Buryanek

Easy trace in New ABAP Debugger

Hello SCN,

here is quick tip on how to “pinpoint” trace (SQL, performance etc..) in New ABAP Debugger.

There is new debugger tool named “Trace (SE30/ST05)“. You can add it to your debugger desktop like any other tools.

By icons on right side of current tools – either New tool or Replace tool. It is in “Special Tools” folder.

By the way you can save your customized debugger desktops 🙂

Tool can be found from about ECC SAP_ABA release 702 (it is not in SAP_ABA 700…).

Here is how it looks and which traces it offer:

abap-debugger-trace.PNG

Usage is very easy:

For example stop on SELECT statement

  • double click on activate (on/off) SQL Trace
  • run SELECT (F5 or so)
  • deactivate SQL trace
  • there will popup TraceFile icon on the left, which you can immediately investigate

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      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Wow, how did i miss it for so long? 😕

      Thanks for telling the community about it, cheers!

      - Suhas

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      I have been using this option on 702 release.

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      ECC release 731 (it is not in ECC 700...)

      Actually tbh i don't think there is an ECC 7 release. Afaik, it has been rechristened as Netweaver 7.xx. So i think that the OP meant ABAP release 🙂

      I have been using this option on 702 release.

      Manish Kumar: You meant the ABAP release too, didn't you?

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Yes, SAP_ABA release. Bhavnao ko samjho 😉

      Author's profile photo Tomas Buryanek
      Tomas Buryanek
      Blog Post Author

      Yes SAP_ABA 700 & 731. Well I am a "bit" confused about SAP product names and versions...

      Author's profile photo Nikolay Evstigneev
      Nikolay Evstigneev

      So cool! Thanks for posting such a nice hint! 🙂

      Author's profile photo Joachim Rees
      Joachim Rees

      Wow, this sounds really useful!

      Thanks for pointing it out here 🙂

      best

      Joachim