Main operations of the debugger in axapta

Main operations of the debugger in axapta

• Step over - F10: Executes the current line without debugging methods called by the statement if any.
• Step into - F11: Steps into the method called by the current line. If more than one method is called the innermost will have the top priority, then the first one to the left-hand side of the line, and then rightmost.
• Step out - Shift + F11: Steps out of the current method and moves back to the caller method (previous method in the stack).
• Go back: Drag the yellow arrow to a previous line of code in the current method to go back. Remember that the variables will not automatically be reset to the state they had when that line executed for the first time.
• Run - F5: Continue the execution and jump to the next breakpoint if any.
• Run to cursor - Ctrl + F10: Continue to execute and break at the line where the cursor is in the code window.
• Stop debugging - Shift + F5: Stop executing the code. None of the lines after the current execution position will be executed.