Debugging Azure Functions is possible in certain cases, but it can be difficult and requires specialized knowledge. In general, you can use a variety of debugging tools and techniques to probe and troubleshoot your function.
However, some specific debugging tasks may be more difficult or require different tools than others.
One way to debug Azure Functions is to use the Visual Studio debugger. You can step through the code and set breakpoints to examine individual lines of code.
You can also use the variables and parameters in your function to debug how they are used.
Debugging Azure Functions with the Azure portal also provides some useful features. You can view the logs and performance data for your function and see how it is performing.
You can also use the portal to create or debug a function using the Azure Function editor.
Debugging Azure Functions with tools such as the Azure Debugger, Visual Studio, and the Azure portal can provide some useful information. However, some specific debugging tasks may be more difficult or require different tools than others.
As such, it may be helpful to have some knowledge of Azure Functions and the code that is running within them.