Applies to AQTime 8.80, last modified on May 14, 2020

AQTime enables you to profile 32-bit and 64-bit .NET applications that target Microsoft .NET Framework 1.0 - 4.5:

  • Standalone .NET applications,

  • .NET assemblies,

  • .NET Windows services,

  • ASP.NET applications,

  • Mixed-code applications,

  • And others.

The following topics provide detailed information about .NET application profiling:

Profiling .NET Applications - Overview

Describes the general procedure of profiling .NET applications.

Profiling .NET Applications - Specifics

Describes the specifics of profiling .NET applications.

Profiling Mixed-Code .NET Applications

Explains how to profile .NET applications that contain mixed (both managed and unmanaged) code.

Disabling Inlining for the Profiled .NET Application

Explains how to prevent small methods in .NET applications from being inlined so that they can be profiled successfully.
Related Topics of Interest

Profiling Applications With AQTime

Describes the general procedure of profiling applications with AQTime.

Compiler Settings for .NET Applications

Describes how to compile .NET applications with debug information and prepare them for profiling.

Profilers Reference

Describes the profilers included in AQTime.

Profiling Dynamic Link Libraries

Explains how to profile .NET assemblies.

Profiling Services

Explains how to profile Windows services.

Profiling ASP.NET Applications

Explains how to profile ASP.NET applications.

Profiling WPF Browser (XBAP) Applications

Explains how to profile WPF Browser (XBAP) applications.

Profiling Under 64-bit Platforms

Describes the specifics of profiling 64-bit applications.

See Also

Profiling Various Applications and Code
Integration With Microsoft Visual Studio

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