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Last Modified27-Oct-2017
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  • Intershop Studio 4.2
  • Intershop Studio 4.3

Video Tutorial - Intershop Studio (IStudio) Part 3 - Pipeline Debugging

Product Version

4.2

Product To Version

4.3
Status

final


1 Introduction

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This document replaces the outdated article with the ID 25F576 and the same title.

The Intershop Studio, based on Eclipse, is the main development tool for the Intershop 7 platform. It offers an IDE for all development relevant tasks and assets like cartridges, pipelines, templates, pagelets, queries, and many more.

Intershop Studio allows you to customize code for your application to meet business requirements and processes.

The tutorial series contains several topics like:

  • Part 1: Installation and Configuration 
  • Part 2: Cartridge Development
  • Part 3: Code Debugging (especially pipeline debugging)

Part 3 of 3 gives you a short overview on how to work with the Pipeline Debugger in Intershop Studio. The Pipeline Debugger allows the developer to track the execution of a pipeline step-by-step in order to locate errors precisely. The Pipeline Debugger, unlike standard programming language debuggers, operates on the pipeline rather than the source code level.

1.1 References

2 Video Tutorial

Info

Additionally to this tutorial, you can follow the tutorial tasks in the Guidance section below the video.


3 Guidance

3.1 Tasks

  1. Open the pipeline.
  2. Define toggle breakpoint.
  3. Configure and start debugging functionality.
  4. Activate debugging by activating breakpoint.
  5. Extract debugging.
  6. End process and remove breakpoint.

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