Breakpoint Properties

Breakpoints have a number of additional properties that change the point at which the breakpoint is hit, and determine what happens at that point. These properties define:

·The action to be performed
·The line of code that the breakpoint applies to
·Constraints to restrict when the breakpoint is hit
·Trace information to be output when the breakpoint is hit

Access     Breakpoint Context Menu | Properties




See also


The behavior when the breakpoint is hit.


Marker Types


The line of source code that this breakpoint applies to.



Stack Height

For Stack Capture markers, the number of caller frames to record. To record the entire Stack, set the value to 0.




Defines a condition required for this breakpoint to be hit.

The program is allowed to continue normal execution if this condition is not met when the breakpoint is encountered.


Constraint Composition


Trace statement

A message output to the Debug window when the breakpoint is hit.  Variables currently in scope can be included in a trace statement output by prefixing the variable name with a $ token for string variables, or a @ token for primitive types such as int or long.



Specifying a Trace Statement

Run the Debugger


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