How to: Break on Record Changes
You can specify if the debugger breaks on record changes. If the debugger is set to break on record changes, then it breaks before creating, modifying, or deleting a record. The following table shows each record change and the C/AL functions that cause each change.
|Record change||C/AL functions|
Create a new record
Update an existing record
Delete an existing record
By default, the debugger is not set to break on record changes.
For more information about how to open the Debugger window, see Activating the Debugger.
To break on record changes
In the Debugger window, on the Home tab, in the Breakpoints group, choose Break Rules.
In the Debugger Break Rules window, select the Break On Record Changes check box, and then choose the OK button.
How to: Manage Breakpoints from the Development Environment
How to: Manage Breakpoints from the Debugger Breakpoint List
How to: Break on the Next Statement
How to: Break on Errors
How to: Set Conditional Breakpoints