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 [Collapse]Getting Started/viewarticle/43449/
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  [Collapse]Doing One Profiler Run/viewarticle/43454/
    1. Preparing an Application for Profiling/viewarticle/43474/
    2. Creating a Profiling Project/viewarticle/43073/
    3. Choosing What to Profile and When/viewarticle/42952/
    4. Selecting a Profiler/viewarticle/43338/
    5. Starting the Profiler Run/viewarticle/42961/
    6. Analyzing Profiling Results/viewarticle/43185/
 [Expand]Profiling Applications With AQtime/viewarticle/43100/
 [Expand]AQtime Reference/viewarticle/43097/
 [Expand]Development Tools Integration/viewarticle/43508/
 [Expand]Samples and Tutorials/viewarticle/43120/
 [Expand]Other Tools for Optimizing Your Applications/viewarticle/43008/
 [Expand]AQtime Licensing Guide/viewarticle/43331/
Updated: 8/2/2017 Applies To: AQtime 8 Rating: No votes Click to rate: PoorNot badAverageGoodExcellent
Getting Started - Doing One Profiler Run

4. Selecting a Profiler

After you have chosen what code will be profiled and when, you need to define what information the profiler run will provide. You can specify it by selecting the appropriate profiler.

The profiler to be run is set from the drop-down list on the Standard toolbar, just to the right of the Run button:

The drop-down list is actually a tree view. Individual profilers are listed when you open a branch.

The profiler to be run is set from the Profiler drop-down list in the AQtime menu:

The profiler to be run is set in the Current Profiler submenu of the AQtime menu:

See also
AQtime Profilers


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