The Debugger Tab is located in the Lower Pane of Service Studio and allows you to track all requests being debugged and examine the eSpace elements and runtime values. This tab is automatically showed up whenever the Debugger is active and an executing request reaches a Breakpoint. Alternatively, you may explicitly show it by clicking on the tab.
The Debugger Tab is divided into three main areas:
It is located at the top of the Debugger Tab and provides you with a set of debugging commands to trace the execution of the request that is being debugged. See more about the Debugger Toolbar.
This area, located on the left-hand side of the Debugger Tab, is made up of tabs containing the information about the Debugger execution. You may double-click on elements listed in these tabs to display them on the canvas.
This tab lists all your requests being debugged. In each request it's detailed the stack of eSpace elements being executed. Learn more About Requests.
This tab contains all existing breakpoints in the eSpace. Learn more About Breakpoints.
This tab lists all the other users that are also debugging requests in your eSpace. You may expand each user to see the list of requests being debugged by him.
This area, located on the right-hand side of the Debugger Tab, is made up of Scope Tabs containing eSpace elements and runtime values for you to examine while debugging the request.
In Use Tab
This tab lists all elements from the Scope tree that are relevant for immediate examination regarding the eSpace element that is currently being debugged.
This tab lists all elements that are scope locals of the eSpace element that is currently being debugged.
This tab lists all widgets this tab lists all widgets in scope of the eSpace element that is currently being debugged.
This tab lists all session variables of the eSpace.
This tab lists all site properties of the eSpace.
This tab lists all the variables that you explicitly marked to be watched. Learn more About Watches.
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