Applies to AQTime 8.80, last modified on June 13, 2019

AQTime offers several ways of restricting which parts of an application must get profiled and when. The topics of this section provide information about the main of them: profiling areas, triggers and actions. Besides that, AQTime also includes special options that allow you to restrict profiling.

Note that all of the means of profiling restriction work in association with each other. In the end, what gets profiled is what currently falls under no restriction of one kind or another.

About Areas

Describes profiling areas, which allow you to define the files, classes and routines you want to profile.

Using Triggers

Describes how you can define when to profile your code by using triggers.

Using Actions

Contains information about actions that can be performed at the beginning or end of specified functions.

Excluding Code From Profiling

Explains how you can specify the files and routines to be excluded from the profiling.

See Also

Choosing What to Profile and When

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