The Debugger Breakpoints dialog has the following components:
All breakpoints A list of all breakpoints in the current database. The following is a description of the columns:
Procedure The stored procedure to which the breakpoint applies.
Context The line of source code that contains the breakpoint.
Condition The condition that must be true in order for the breakpoint to interrupt execution.
Count The number of times the breakpoint is skipped before it interrupts execution. A value of 0 means that the breakpoint always stops execution.
Database The database to which the breakpoint applies.
Server The database server to which the breakpoint applies.
Close Close the Breakpoints dialog.
Edit Edit the currently selected breakpoint. For example, you can set or modify a condition that must be satisfied before the breakpoint interrupts execution.
View Code Close the Breakpoints dialog and show code for the selected breakpoint.
Enable Enable the selected breakpoint, so that it interrupts execution. The breakpoint is shown as a red circle in the code window.
Disable Disable the selected breakpoint, so that it does not interrupt execution. The breakpoint is shown as a gray circle in the code window.
Remove Delete the selected breakpoint from the list.
New Create a new breakpoint.