Breakpoints View

The Breakpoints view lists all the breakpoints currently set in your workspace.

You can double-click a breakpoint to display its location in the editor (if applicable). You can also enable or disable breakpoints, delete them, add new ones, or set hit counts.

The Breakpoints view

 To show/hide the Breakpoints view

  1. Choose View >  Breakpoints from the main menu.

The Breakpoints view provides a set of toolbar buttons enabling the user to manage the breakpoints listed in the view:



 Remove Breakpoint

Removes the selected breakpoint.

Remove All

Removes all breakpoints from the view.

 Show Supported Breakpoints

Toggles the view to show all breakpoints or only breakpoints supported by current target.

Go to File for  Breakpoint

Opens the Java editor and selects there the line that corresponds to the selected breakpoint.

In case the breakpoint was originally set in the code of Java class or interface, this class/interface code is shown in the Java editor, and the corresponding line is selected.

In case the breakpoint was set in the properties of some model element, the code generated for the agent - owner of this element - is shown in the editor and the particular line containing this breakpoint is selected.

 Skip All

Sets all breakpoints to be skipped.

Expand All

Expands all items in the view.

Collapse All

Collapses all items in the view.

Link with Debug View

Toggles the view contents to be synced with the Debug view.

 Add Java Exception Breakpoint

Opens the Add Java Exception Breakpoint dialog, which allows to create exception breakpoints. Thread execution can be suspended at locations where the exception is uncaught, caught, or both.

Related topics

 Opening and closing views

 Minimizing and maximizing views

 Docking and undocking views

 Moving views

 Resizing views

 Grouping and ungrouping views