The elements we need to concern ourselves with are:
Go to Internet Options under tools;
Then click advanced;
Then look for "Disable Script Debugging" and turn them off.
So, I hit F5 (refresh on AS/400 and on IE.)
The prompt to debug the page appears, click Yes.
Click OK to Step into the Script you're running.
Now we're on a Microsoft Debug page -- one that is similar to VB's debugging page.
The Yellow pointer on the left side, near the bottom, represents the location of the current line of code being executed…
Now let's look at our primary debugging tools;
When I perform my QuickWatch, you see my field has the date within it (note the code var theDate = new Date() was where the definition of theDate came from.
Or hit the "X" on the upper right corner of the window (close window) and click "Yes."
In the next tip, I'll show you some of Firefox's amazing built in tools.
About the author: Andrew Borts is webmaster at United Auto Insurance Group in North Miami, Fla. He is often a frequent speaker at COMMON and is past president of The Southern National Users Group, an iSeries-AS/400 user group based in Deerfield Beach, Fla.