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TPTP launch configuration clash with JProfiler? [message #498531] Tue, 17 November 2009 11:11 Go to next message
Dariusz Kordonski is currently offline Dariusz Kordonski
Messages: 1
Registered: November 2009
Junior Member
Hello,

I am a newbie to TPTP, so please correct/redirect me, if I'm writing at wrong place, or the answer is already somewhere out there, or I am simply missing something.

I have recently installed TPTP 4.6.1 on my Eclipse Galileo distribution. As a result the 'Profile' launch menu showed up and for each launch configuration a 'Monitor' tab was present.

Soon therafter I decided to give JProfiler a try, as I was not able to bring 'Collect object references' option into play for JVMTI-based TPTP profiler that I needed to trace memory leaks (which is, BTW another issue with TPTP profiling that I encountered:).

The JProfiler plugin uses the same 'Profile' launch menu and now the user has to decide himself (either per launch configuration, or in global workspace settings), which Launcher (in this case TPTP or JProfiler) to use. This is OK, but the thing is that now I don't see the 'Monitor' tab in the launch configuration any more. It happens no matter what launcher I actually choose. I suppose that after choosing the TPTP launcher for given configuration, the 'Monitor' tab shoould be visible. Otherwise the TPTP profiler is not really usable, e.g. I cannot choose the data collector and what kind of profiling (memory/execution/etc.) I want to do. Is there any fix/workaround for that?
Re: TPTP launch configuration clash with JProfiler? [message #499051 is a reply to message #498531] Thu, 19 November 2009 16:15 Go to previous message
Eugene Chan is currently offline Eugene Chan
Messages: 287
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi,

The 'Collect Object Reference' option in TPTP is only available for JVMPI
based profiler , ie. for JRE 1.4.2 only.
JVMTI profiler no longer support the option and it is replaced with Object
Allocation option instead.

Regarding the compatibility between TPTP And JProfiler, it has not been
tested and It sonuds like there is a bug in the launcher switcher code. I
suggest you try only install one profiler at a time for now (I prefer TPTP
=) and open a defect for the problem you saw.

Eugene


"Dariusz Kordonski" <dariusz.kordonski@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:hdu0c9$fuj$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Hello,
>
> I am a newbie to TPTP, so please correct/redirect me, if I'm writing at
> wrong place, or the answer is already somewhere out there, or I am simply
> missing something.
>
> I have recently installed TPTP 4.6.1 on my Eclipse Galileo distribution.
> As a result the 'Profile' launch menu showed up and for each launch
> configuration a 'Monitor' tab was present.
>
> Soon therafter I decided to give JProfiler a try, as I was not able to
> bring 'Collect object references' option into play for JVMTI-based TPTP
> profiler that I needed to trace memory leaks (which is, BTW another issue
> with TPTP profiling that I encountered:).
>
> The JProfiler plugin uses the same 'Profile' launch menu and now the user
> has to decide himself (either per launch configuration, or in global
> workspace settings), which Launcher (in this case TPTP or JProfiler) to
> use. This is OK, but the thing is that now I don't see the 'Monitor' tab
> in the launch configuration any more. It happens no matter what launcher I
> actually choose. I suppose that after choosing the TPTP launcher for given
> configuration, the 'Monitor' tab shoould be visible. Otherwise the TPTP
> profiler is not really usable, e.g. I cannot choose the data collector and
> what kind of profiling (memory/execution/etc.) I want to do. Is there any
> fix/workaround for that?
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