Applies to TestComplete 14.71, last modified on November 27, 2020

The Debug toolbar contains the following commands that control the debugging process:

Command Description Shortcut
 Pause Pauses the recording process. To learn more about test recording, see Creating a Test.  
 Run Test to the Cursor Position Runs the test at full speed to the location of the cursor in the test editor and stops there if this point is within the test execution. Otherwise, runs at full speed to the end of the test. To learn more, see Running to the Cursor. F4
 Step Into Executes the test command marked as the current execution point. If the line includes a call to another keyword test or script routine, proceeds immediately to the first command in that test or routine. To learn more, see Stepping Through Test. F11
 Step Over Executes a test command. If the command includes a call to a keyword test or script routine, executes the entire call at once and proceeds to the next command of the test. To learn more, see Stepping Through Test. F10
 Evaluate Opens the Evaluate dialog. Ctrl+F12
 Breakpoints Brings up the Breakpoints panel. Ctrl+B
 Watch List Brings up the Watch List panel. Alt+3
 Locals Brings up the Locals panel. Ctrl+Alt+L
 Call Stack Brings up the Call Stack panel. Alt+7

See Also

TestComplete Toolbars
Creating a Test
Running to the Cursor
Stepping Through Test
Evaluate Dialog
About Breakpoints Panel
About Breakpoints Panel
About Watch List Panel
Locals Panel
Call Stack Panel

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