By the way, the primary reason I use Debug is to look at the query execution times, which seems to be shown in the "IR binding: "APXWS_MAX_ROW_CNT" value=" step. If there is a more direct way to capture and record the actual page source query execution time, it would be great to know.
To enable or disable Debug mode: On the Workspace home page, click the Application Builder icon. Run the application. On the Developer Toolbar, click Debug. The debugging mode is enabled. Debug data is captured in the background. To disable debug mode, on the Developer Toolbar, click No Debug.
Skip - Absolute wrote:That's correct, that's a known limitation of the debug (or IR depending on your point of view). All actions performed with the IR after the page load are not captured on the debug information.
I still see that even with the URL indicating debug is on, i.e. ...ng.com:7780/pls/apex/f?p=820:45:9773235778171::YES, not all page actions are traced. For example, switching from report to group view, or switching from the primary to an alternate report.