Suppressing the break at the end of request evaluation
By default, the Debugger Client pauses at the end of the evaluation of a request before it sends any contents of the web output buffer or any 3270/Batch2 terminal output. This lets you review program data as it is at the end of request processing.
If you prefer to have processing continue without stopping at this point, you can suppress the pause, as follows:
- In the Client, select Preferences from the File menu (or use the CTRL-P keyboard shortcut).
- In the Preferences dialog box, clear the Pause at end of evaluation checkbox, then click Done:
- Pausing can be restored at any time by selecting the checkbox again.
Note: The Client setPreference command has an option that lets you toggle the Pause at end of evaluation checkbox.
The Pause at end of evaluation setting that exists at the end of the Debugger Client session persists to the next run of the Client.