|Subject:||Running WinSQL in debug mode|
|Creation date:||7/29/09 4:53 PM|
|Last modified on:||11/8/11 3:58 PM|
Debug mode in WinSQL is very useful in finding error messages that are normally hidden from users during normal execution. When WinSQL is run in debug mode it creates a file called "debug.log". This file may contain additional information/error messages that are generated during execution.
Running WinSQL in debug mode
There are two ways:
The title bar of program changes when running in debug mode. Refer to the image below.
Location of Debug.log file
In version 5.0 or older, this file is created in the same folder where WinSQL.exe is installed. By default, this folder is c:\Program Files\Synametrics Technologies\WinSQL
In version 5.5 or above, this file is created in the user's Application Data folder. For example:
C:\Documents and Settings\YourUserName\Application Data\WinSQL.
A quick way to open this folder is by clicking File/Open Data Folder on the main menu.
Posted by Adolfo Hernandez on 10/26/11 10:15 AM
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