The .NET Framework JIT (just-in-time) compiler can inline some methods when their code is short enough, that is, it can replace method calls with a copy of the method implementation. If this happens, AQTime cannot collect profiling information for these methods, as there are no method entry and exit points to track.
To profile methods in your .NET applications that are JIT-compiled as inline, you need to disable inlining. There are two ways to do this:
Modify the application code and add the
MethodImplOptions.NoInlining attribute to the desired methods to indicate that they cannot be inlined. For more information and code examples, see Profiling Inline Functions.
Note that disabling method inlining may affect the application performance (and thus performance measurements), since inlining normally speeds up caller methods and also avoids certain JIT events for inlined (called) methods.