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    Default JProfiler 5.1

    JProfiler is a fully dynamic Java profiler based on the Java virtual machine profiling interface (JVMTI/JVMPI). It is targeted at J2EE and J2SE applications, and features CPU profiling, memory profiling, thread profiling, and VM telemetry information.

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    This release adds reworked reference views, a new source viewer, and many usability improvements. IDE integrations for IntelliJ IDEA 7, Netbeans 6, and Eclipse 3.4 have been added.

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    Default profile alfresco war using jprofiler

    Hi i am new to use jprofiler i am able to jprofiler for standalone programs which have main method(ie executable jars).i want it for war files in tomcat?how can we achieve this?

    thanks in advance

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    Default JProfiler for web app

    Hi its very simple to profile a war. Just create a Remote JProfiler session. Give the host name and port, add the same port in the JVM argument.
    You can refer JProfiler guide on creating remote session.

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    I'm using NetBeans Profiler tool. it is great too.

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    Default Using JProfiler to profile .exe, and .bat applications

    Hi guys, I am new to JProfiler, I want to profile a local application that has only its .exe file and .bat, I realized Jprofiler only accepts .class and .jars. Please any suggestions on how to profile the application using its .exe or .bat file will be highly appreciated.
    regards.

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    Default Offline profiling in JProfiler for web applications.

    Hi,

    I am running a web application build using Struts, Spring framework
    with weblogic 10.3 server. I can profile this application on my local computer
    as well as through remote computer.

    I want to do offline profiling. So that I can do the profiling and save the snapshots as well without any Jprofiler UI interaction.

    I am able to do offline profiling and save the snapshots for stand alone apllications i.e. where a main class is present.

    Can I do offline profiling for web applications also with ant script or through
    command prompt.

    Thanks in Advance.

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