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Tech Tip: Preventing the trace window from appearing on the server.
PRODUCT: 4D Server | VERSION: 2003 | PLATFORM: Mac & Win
Published On: May 30, 2003
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Compatibility: Version 6.8.x and 2003

When a trace window appears on the server this can be the result of:


  1. A stored procedure executing on the server with a TRACE command or break point in it.

  2. A stored procedure executing on the server that calls another method with a TRACE command or break point in the body of the method.

  3. A trigger on a table that is executed with a TRACE command or break point in it.

  4. A trigger that calls another method with a TRACE command or break point in it.



If you permanently remove the TRACE command or break points from these methods, you will no longer get the trace window on the server.

Note: In regards to break points, the trace window will appear depending on where the break point has been set from. If the break point is set from the server, via the trace window on the server, the next time the break point is encountered, the trace window will appear on the server machine. If the break point is set from the client, then the next time the break point is reached, the trace window will appear on the client machine.