On the right-hand side of the Debugger Tab there's a set of tabs containing information on eSpace elements and runtime values of the request being debugged. This information is obtained from the scope of the eSpace element that is currently being debugged:
In Use Tab: this first tab lists the most relevant elements picked by Service Studio for immediate examination. You may find these elements spread out by the other Scope tabs.
Locals Tab: this tab lists all elements that are scope locals;
Widgets Tab: this tab lists all widgets in scope;
Session Tab: this tab lists all session variables of the eSpace;
Site Tab: this tab lists all site properties of the eSpace.
Watch Tab: this tab lists all elements you have added for permanent examination (watching) whether they are in scope or not.
All elements are listed in alphabetical order in the tabs. Values presented in red are the ones that have changed since the last debug step.
Operating Elements in the Scope Tabs
If you double-click on a element, it opens a window displaying its value. This turns out to be especially useful if the element value is too long, or to display List values in a tabular format.
Some elements can be expanded to examine inner elements value, e.g., the Name in a Customer Record.
Right-clicking on a element displays a pop up menu, allowing you to add the element to the Watch Tab by selecting the Add to Debug Watches option.
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