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2866 day(s) ago   #86
Name: TechZone
Category: Technical
Location: India
Date: 2012-10-03 17:18:51
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Using M D debug function

This itself a Business Function and basically used to debug NER. The Purpose of M&D Debug function is to see the values of variable at run time. When some issues are not duplicable in local system but there in server (if server debugging is not allowed) then this function is been used. This function pops up a seperate window that have the runtime value of the variable.
How to use: Use this BSFN "MDDebug" in appropriate place with providing some meaningful comment. Also pass all the variables for which you wanted the see the runtiime value.

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JDE EnterpriseOne
TechZone
2864 day(s) ago   #87
Name: Yen
Category: Technical
Location: India
Date: 2012-10-05 17:00:56
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  #87

Using M D debug function

Hi there,
Is it also possible to use this function to debug C business function?
Thanks
JDE EnterpriseOne Technical
Yen.
2858 day(s) ago   #88
Name: TechZone
Category: Technical
Location: Singapore
Date: 2012-10-11 00:16:18
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  #88

Using M D debug function

Hi Yen,

Usually we debug C business functions using VC++ debugger where we can set break points directly in code and can see the line by line processing of code and there is already documentation available about it.
So far my understanding is we can use M&D Debug only in NER.

TechZone
JDE EnterpriseOne Xe,9.1
1366 day(s) ago   #241
Name: Iopafeopt
Category: Technical
Location:
Date: 2016-11-11 08:35:30
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Status:
  #241

Using M D debug function

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