Using the Transact-SQL Debugger
The Transact-SQL debugger in SQL Server Management Studio enables you to find errors in Transact-SQL scripts, stored procedures, triggers, and functions by observing their run-time behavior. You can start the debugger when you are using the Database Engine Query Editor window. By using the Transact-SQL debugger, you can do the following:
Step through the Transact-SQL statements in the editor line by line, or set breakpoints to stop at specific lines.
Step into or over Transact-SQL stored procedures, functions, or triggers that are run by the code in the editor window.
Watch the values that are assigned to variables, and observe system objects such as the call stack and threads.
In This Section
Transact-SQL Debugger Fundamentals
Describes the functionality and the user-interface of the Transact-SQL debugger in Management Studio.
Configuring the Transact-SQL Debugger
Describes how to configure the Transact-SQL debugger for remote debugging.
Running the Transact-SQL Debugger
Describes how to start, stop, and control the operation of the Transact-SQL debugger.
Stepping Through Transact-SQL Code
Describes how to use the Transact-SQL debugger to step through code.
Viewing Transact-SQL Debugger Information
Describes how to use the debugger to view Transact-SQL data, such as parameters and variables, and system information.