BUT (and you knew there was a "but" coming) there are some serious limits:
- Using the debugger with XFA forms is not officially supported
- We cannot debug script objects
- Storing break points doesn’t seem to work. This makes it hard to debug an initialization script (unless you force your form to do an xfa.form.remerge())
On the other hand, even with these limits, many of you will find the debugger useful.
There’s another "but" and this is really my main reason for posting on this topic.
You need to turn off the debugger when you’re not using it.
There are two reasons:
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