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Debugger and conditional operations

Former Member
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Hello.

I like the new conditional operations and the other new functions.

I often use the value-operation and got a negativ comment from someone who tried to debug it.

Example:

    try.

        rt_result = value #( for <ls_exprice>  in gst_exprice where ( anlage = iv_anlage                                                                  

                                                                                                       and operand = gst_mapexpr[ preis = iv_preis ]-operand

                                                                                                       and bis >= iv_begabrpe

                                                                                                       and ab <= iv_endabrpe )

                                        ( twaers = iv_twaers

                                          preisbtr  =  <ls_exprice>-betrag

                                          .............

                                          .............     ) ).

      catch cx_sy_itab_line_not_found.

    endtry.

Question: Is there a way to debug it or is there no way like it is with macros?

Regards

Andrea

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SuhaSaha
Advisor
Advisor
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Hi Andrea,

You have to use the "Step" debugging option to debug the FOR statement.

BR,

Suhas

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SuhaSaha
Advisor
Advisor
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Hi Andrea,

You have to use the "Step" debugging option to debug the FOR statement.

BR,

Suhas

Former Member
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Hi Suhas,

for the step debugging (F5) is it one comand.

That means you can not go with single steps through the FOR-command.

Regards

Andrea

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Sorry for the confusion, i meant setting the "step size".

I have not found this option still in Eclipse.

Former Member
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That's it

Thanks.