RE: How to debug a Suitelet in WebStorm

I have a suitelet that starts with

* @NApiVersion 2.x
* @NScriptType Suitelet

define(['N/search', "N/ui/serverWidget","N/record", "N/log"], function(search, ui, record, log) {

var res = onRequest();
var exports = {};

function onRequest(context){
log.audit({title: "Request received"});

var result = findLicenses();
Whenever I try to debug it the Webstorm IDE gives me an error on the define statement - saying it cannot resolve the symbols for N/search, N/ui/serverWidget, N/record and N/log As I am a rookie I would like some pointers in the right direction on how to debug and step code of a Suitelet in Webstorm. I have installed the SuiteCloud IDE plugin, and I can upload and run my Suitelet in Netsuite without problems. So what I want is the ability to debug and step the code in WebStorm so I don't have to use the NetSuite debugger - if possible? Thank you in advance!
kaison Rookie Asked on December 2, 2020 in SuiteScript.
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2 Answers

You need to use the debugger, there is no database or modules on your local machine.

Intermediate Answered on December 2, 2020.

I thought the modules would be present since I installed the SuiteCloud IDe plugin. I can also see the modules in WebStorm under “External Libraries”.

RE: How to debug a Suitelet in WebStorm

on December 2, 2020.
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