run profiler on this session (y)

This screen and the accompanying programs (lib/zprof*) are meant to provide an example of how to use the OpenEdge profiler. No useful data related to the attached database is generated.

Please be mindful of the warning below: the profiler can quickly generate gigs of temp file data.

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In addition to the "Are You Sure?" window, the following message appears in the lower-left corner of the screen:

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Are You Sure

Selecting <Yes> from the "Are You Sure?" screen displays the following screen:

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Indicates the profiler is now collecting data

In addition to the "Profiler Enabled" window, the following message appears in the lower-left corner of the screen:

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Selecting <No> from the "Are You Sure?" screen returns you to the Dashboard screen

In addition, the following message displays in the lower left corner of the screen:

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Selecting <Help>. Ignore if visible (only visible with OpenEdge development license)



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Selecting <OK> from the "Profiler Enabled" window returns you to the Dashboard screen.

Selecting <Help> Ignore if visible (only visible with OpenEdge development license)



Displaying Results

When you are ready to stop collecting data and show results, press 'y.' The following window will display:

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The following message will appear in the lower-left corner of the screen, displaying how many lines of code were processed during the profiling session:

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Column Descriptions

Field Description
Program/Class The program or class executed
Line Line number in the program
Time Total time spent running the line of code designated above
Avg Time Time averaged by number of calls
Calls Number of calls
Internal Procedure/Method The name of the internal procedure or method being called. By default, this is the program name

Pressing <spacebar> returns you to the Dashboard panel, with the following message displaying in the lower-left corner of the screen:

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