Applies to AQtime 8.71, last modified on December 5, 2018
See how to trace function calls in your applications:
The Function Trace profiler traces sequences of function calls that occur during the application run. Topics of this section provide information about the Function Trace profiler.
Provides general information on tracing function calls and their call characteristics in applications by using the Function Trace profiler.
Describes the profiler’s options and how they affect the profiler’s functionality and displayed profiling results.
Walk through this tutorial to get started with the Function Trace profiler and learn how to use the profiler to track routine calls in your application.
Function Trace Profiler Results
Provides a brief description of results generated by the Function Trace profiler and explains how to output them to an external file or the CodeSite debugging tool.
Describes how to analyze profiling results that are grouped under the Call Trace category.
Describes how to analyze profiling results that are grouped under the Routines category.
Describes how to obtain information on in and out parameters of functions executed during the application run.
Describes the structure of the Function Trace profiler results displayed in the Report and Details panels.
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Describes how to learn parameter values on entering and exiting routines called in your application.
Describes how to learn the structure of function calls that were made during the application execution.
Describes how to learn how often methods in your application’s code are called.
Describes how to learn what methods were called during the application run.
Describes how to create a custom dynamic link library that processes the Function Trace profiler results.
Describes the structure of profiler results exported to a database.