How can I pause the execution of a workflow while debugging in UiPath studio?

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How can I pause the execution of a workflow while debugging in UiPath studio?
Oct 11 in RPA by Pratibha
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Hey Pratibha, in UiPath studio you can use Breakpoints to pause the execution of a workflow while debugging. Breakpoints enable you to pause the execution so that you can check its state at a given point. After a breakpoint has been triggered you can stop, go to the next step of the automation or continue the debugging process by clicking StopStep OverStep Into or Continue.

answered Oct 11 by Abha
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