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Opalis Integration Server > Policy Testing Console > Setting and Executing a Policy With Breakpoints

Setting and Executing a Policy With Breakpoints
The Policy Testing Console enables you to apply breakpoints to any objects in a Policy. This enables you to pause the execution before continuing to the next object that you applied a breakpoint to.
Use this method when you know which objects in a Policy you want to focus on.
To set a breakpoint:
Open a Policy in the Policy Testing Console.
Select an object where you want the execution to pause and click the Breakpoint button on the button bar. The object icon displays a marker on it to indicate that it is a breakpoint. Apply breakpoints to as many objects as you require.
Figure VIII: The Breakpoint button
Figure IX: The breakpoint marker on an object
Tip: You can add or remove breakpoints while the execution of the Policy is paused.
Note: The Policy Testing Console does not save breakpoints when you close it.
To execute a Policy with breakpoints:
When you have finished applying breakpoints, click the Run button on the toolbar.
The Policy pauses at the breakpoint and displays the following information:
Run-time information for the object that is currently being executed by the Policy Testing Console appears in the Run Time Properties pane.
The content of the Properties dialog of the object appears in the Design Time Properties pane of whatever object you have selected. If you have not selected an object, no information appears in this pane.
To execute the Policy until the next breakpoint, click Run. Published Data items that each object generates appear in the object entry in the Log pane. If this data is not visible, click Show Details.
To stop executing the Policy, click the Stop button on the button bar.

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