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Ok, I see. But, how I can debug the code using LiveCycle Designer HTML5 preview tab. If I have to use the browser, then I must publish the completed work every time I make modifications. This will be very time consuming and annoying.
You can use the browser developer console by pressing F12. You can set breakpoints and debug directly in the browser.
I appreciate it if you can give more details how to do that.
During the development phase you can try using the debugger statement before the code snippet you want to debug. For reference: http://www.w3schools.com/jsref/jsref_debugger.asp
Yes ...! Thank you ... see below snapshot... it worked.
One more question please ....
This means that I have to check-out the file, changes the code as needed, then check-in the file so that the new changes are available on the server. Correct?
Is there a way to do the testing without the need to perform the check-out/check-in operations?
If you are currently working in a development environment where the server can access a shared location where you can place the XDP files, then you can use the contentRoot parameter to achieve this.
Appreciate your help again...
Also, I am unable to edit the code during runtime (with the yellow background). Usually, I am able to edit the code on the fly without any problem.
Appreciate your feedback.