I have a LotusScript agent which contains an error handler, called by the statement:
On Error goto errorhandler
When using the LotusScript debugger, I don't want to use the error handler, but want the script to stop on the line with the error (so I can check the variables)
When the debugger is disabled, i want the script to use the error handler.
Is there a way for LotusScript to automatically detect if the debugger is enabled?