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What's in a Datastore
When you are debugging processes that work with data stores it is quite often useful to be able to see the complete contents of the datastore and how it is changes during the process.

A good addition to your debugging tricks it to write a nonvisual autoinstantiate object with a function what's in it function on it. In this function you can open up a window with a datawindow control on. Then map the datawindow object in the datastore to the datawindow, issue a sharedata and now you can see what's going on. You can make the window a open a second smaller response window with just an ok button on. Then processing halts until you dismiss the window but your datawindow window stays open until the function is called a second time so you can see the real time updates.


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