The table below presents the debug information that can be returned according to the specified parameters:
|dbgProcess||None||Caption of process currently run|
|dbgCurrentProcess||Caption of process currently run|
|dbgCallingProcess||Caption of calling process. |
|<an integer>||Caption of <integer> calling process|
|dbgElement||None||Full internal name of process currently run|
|dbgCurrentProcess||Full internal name of process currently run|
|dbgCallingProcess||Full internal name of calling process|
|<an integer>||Full internal name of <integer> calling process|
|dbgLine||None||Number of current line in the process currently run.|
|dbgCurrentProcess||Number of current line in the process currently run.|
|dbgCallingProcess||Number of current line in the calling process.|
|<an integer>||Number of current line in the <integer> calling process.|
|dbgFullComponentName||None||Full name of component currently run. Some examples:|
- "" (empty string): main application context
- "Component1": "Component1" component directly used in the project
- "Component1.Component2": "Component2" component used from "Component1".
|dbgTypeName||<Type number>||Spelled out type name. <Type number> is returned:|
Versions 17 and laterdbgActivateSystemDump New in version 17dbgActivateSystemDumpdbgActivateSystemDump |True or False||Used to enable (or not) the generation of system dump to transmit some problems to the Technical Support.|
Caution: This constant allows you to generate a system dump for the 32-bit Windows applications only. In the other cases, this constant has no effect.
Versions 20 and laterdbgActivateUserDump New in version 20dbgActivateUserDumpdbgActivateUserDump |True or False||Used to enable or disable the user memory dump (Ctrl + Pause).|
Versions 17 and laterdbgDirectorySystemDump New in version 17dbgDirectorySystemDumpdbgDirectorySystemDump |<Directory for generating the system dumps>||Directory for generating the system dumps. The default directory is <X>:\PCSOFTDUMP, where <X> corresponds to the disk from which the application was started.|
Caution: This constant can only be used with 32-bit Windows applications. In the other cases, this constant has no effect.
Versions 19 and laterdbgDebuggerEnabled New in version 19dbgDebuggerEnableddbgDebuggerEnabled |None|
- True if the debugger is enabled,
- False otherwise.