For example, if you set a breakpoint in your function before running the operation, the run session stops at the breakpoint if it is reached.
You can also add breakpoints, use step commands and other Debug menu commands and toolbars, or use the various debugging-related windows such as Watch and Output. For details, see the MSDN Visual Studio Help.
Google Chrome DevTools
Extensibility Accelerator version 2022 or later:
If you are running on Google Chrome, you can press F12 to open DevTools and use it to debug your functions.
If you do not want to use debugging tools, you can add output messages to your code to help debug it. Alternatively, you can call _util methods, which result in messages being printed in the Extensibility Accelerator Output window (Debug > Windows > Output), specifying the method called and the parameters passed.