The zlogdictionary statement outputs a data dictionary to the instrumentation log (if instrumentation is enabled).
This statement has one parameter:
dictionary – dictionary to output to log.
This statement outputs a data dictionary to the instrumentation log, but only if instrumentation is enabled. If instrumentation is not currently enabled for this procedure, the zlog statement does nothing. See Debug Instrumentation to learn how to configure instruments.
The zlog statement has one parameter, a formula for the dictionary to be sent to the log. For example, the code:
will put something like this into the log:
[Test] == DICTIONARY windowinfo("","ALL") ============ [Test] DATABASE="Formula Workshop" [Test] HORIZONTALSCROLLBAR=0 [Test] VARIABLES=" [Test] theWizardFormula [Test] resultFormat [Test] theWizardFormulaResult [Test] theWizardFormulaError [Test] theFormulaDatabase" [Test] OPTIONS="NoToolBar NoHorzScroll NoVertScroll" [Test] VERTICALSCROLLBAR=0 [Test] TOOLBAR=0 [Test] TYPE="Form" [Test] LASTTIMEINFRONT=3673970363 [Test] NAME="Formula Workshop" [Test] PROCEDURE="" [Test] FORM="Formula" [Test] === END OF DICTIONARY windowinfo("","ALL") ============
The parameter must be just a dictionary, you cannot mix in anything else.
Remember, you can keep zlogdictionary statements in your code permanently. They only output to the log if instrumentation is enabled, which can be done on a procedure-by-procedure basis. So when you aren’t interested in the log output, you can simply turn off instrumentation (see Debug Instrumentation) instead of manually removing all the zlogdictionary statements. If you need them again later, they can be enabled in an instant.
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