T-SQL debugger helps to pinpoint source of errors by stepping through
code as it executes. You don't need an external debugging tool anymore as it's been
integrated into dbForge Studio for SQL Server.
Debug T-SQL code in a comfortable environment
Debug entire object or run step-by-step instruction
debugging by using Step Into, Step Out, Step Over, and Run to Cursor commands from
the context menu or the Debugging toolbar.
Evaluate variables and parameters declared in routines with the help of the
View the active stack of stored routine calls in the Call Stack
Set a Breakpoint to stop execution at any T-SQL code line, manage the
list of breakpoints in a separate window.
Familiar user interface
If you are used to the SSMS debugger user interface, you can easily run debugger
in Studio for SQL Server — it employs
similar debug windows, commands and
, so you won't get confused.
Start debugging instantly
When you need to debug a stored procedure, you only have to locate it in the database
explorer — Step-in command is available from the context menu. Optionally, start
debugging from a stored routine source window, or from the Code toolbar.
Similarly, you can start debugging stored procedures
without switching to additional windows or tabs.