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Checkpoints define points in a program at which the state of the program can be tested during program execution. Checkpoints are either conditional and unconditional. Conditional checkpoints are defined by assertions, unconditional checkpoints by breakpoints or logpoints. Checkpoints, and breakpoints from outside the program, can be activated and deactivated by assigning them to a checkpoint group using the transaction SAAB .

More information about activatable checkpoints can be found in the Activatable Checkpoints documentation on SAP Help Portal.

Other versions: 7.31 | 7.40 | 7.54

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Checkpoints and Checkpoint Groups.





Checkpoints and Checkpoint Groups