Debug scripts with breakpoints
The following describes how to work with breakpoints.
|Add/Remove a breakpoint||
Locate the cursor in the script where you want to insert the breakpoint and then do one of the following:
Add: The Breakpoint symbol () appears in the left margin of the script, and VuGen highlights the line in the script.
Remove: The Breakpoint symbol () is removed from the left margin of the script.
|Enable/Disable a breakpoint||
When a breakpoint is disabled, script execution continues at the disabled breakpoint and is paused at the following enabled breakpoint.
|Manage breakpoints||The Breakpoints pane allows you to remove, enable, and disable breakpoints in a Vuser script. For user interface details, see Breakpoints pane.|
|Navigate to a specific breakpoint in a Vuser script||
The cursor flashes in the Editor at the start of the line containing the breakpoint.
|Run a script with breakpoints||
Begin running the script as usual. VuGen pauses script execution when it reaches a breakpoint. You can examine the effects of the script run up to the breakpoint, make any necessary changes, and then restart the script from the breakpoint.
To resume execution, select Replay > Run. Once restarted, the script continues until it encounters another breakpoint or the end of the script.
- Overview: Use breakpoints.