Need clarification on how to Preview the output for each component

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Need clarification on how to Preview the output for each component

Hi,
I am using Talend Open source. I have created the attached job in Talend. I would like to view the preview of the output data for each step. Please let me know how to do that.
Below are the steps I am performing in my Job:
Step 1: Added the Employee and Department csv files as tFileInputDelimitter files. 
Step 2: Joined the Employee and Department files using a Key value using tJoin.
Step 3:  Displaying the output using tLogRow component.
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Re: Need clarification on how to Preview the output for each component

Hi shobk,

Are you looking for "Traces Debug mode" when run job?
Could you please take a look at document about:TalendHelpCenter:How to run a Job with scenario "How to run a Job in Traces Debug mode"?
Best regards
Sabrina
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Re: Need clarification on how to Preview the output for each component

Hi Sabrina,
Thanks for your reply. This is what I was looking for. I added the breakpoint and executed the job in trace debug mode. After running the job I was only able to see row by row trace. If I have 5 records processed in my component, Will I be able to see all the 5 rows in one instance in trace mode. 
In my job I am trying to process 5 rows but after the trace debug execution I am able to see only the last row records. I would like to see all records of 5 rows in one instance. 
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