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empty statistics view [message #57928] Tue, 14 March 2006 13:40 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: droelf.australia.edu

Hi,

To evaluate TPTP I'm profiling a local Java application. The application
runs and terminates correctly and when I choose to output the results to a
file TPTP does indeed write values to this file. However, when I try to open
any of the views after profiling I only get empty views containing the
message "No data is available for display". Refreshing or choosing different
filters doesn't help.
But, if I import the contents of the output file that was saved to disk I
can see the results.
Now, I should be able to get the results without doing the import right? Did
anyone encounter similar problems?

This is my current config:

Eclipse 3.1.2
TPTP 3.1.0
XML Schema Infoset Model (XSD) 2.1.1
EMF SDK 2.1.2
Re: empty statistics view [message #58076 is a reply to message #57928] Tue, 14 March 2006 15:32 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Randy D. Smith is currently offline Randy D. Smith
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Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Did you mean TPTP *4*.1.0? Otherwise, this combination pre-dates my
experience with TPTP...

How did you open the other views? With "Show View"? Instead, right click
on the application in the profiling window and "Open With" the view you
want instead. Or, if the view is already open, use the "Link with
Viewer" button (opposing yellow arrows). The view has to be associated
with the data being gathered in order to display it. Is lack of
association the problem you're running into?
--
RDS

Wolfgang wrote:
> Hi,
>
> To evaluate TPTP I'm profiling a local Java application. The application
> runs and terminates correctly and when I choose to output the results to a
> file TPTP does indeed write values to this file. However, when I try to open
> any of the views after profiling I only get empty views containing the
> message "No data is available for display". Refreshing or choosing different
> filters doesn't help.
> But, if I import the contents of the output file that was saved to disk I
> can see the results.
> Now, I should be able to get the results without doing the import right? Did
> anyone encounter similar problems?
>
> This is my current config:
>
> Eclipse 3.1.2
> TPTP 3.1.0
> XML Schema Infoset Model (XSD) 2.1.1
> EMF SDK 2.1.2
>
>
Re: empty statistics view [message #58591 is a reply to message #57928] Wed, 15 March 2006 17:07 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: Navid_Mehregani_nmehrega.ca.ibm.com

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Note that you can't profile to a file and view the results in the
workbench *at the same time*. If you profile to a file then your views in
the workbench won't be populated. To view your profiling results in the
workbench do this:

In your profile launch configuration, click on the profiling tab -> select
the destination sub-tab -> make sure 'send profiling data to a file' is
unchecked -> switch to the overview sub-tab -> click on the add button to
create a new profiling set -> next -> select the profiling options that
you want. If you want graphical details, you have to have execution time
analysis selected and click on the 'show execution flow graphical details'
radio button -> next -> set your filterset -> finish.

Use this profiling set to profile your application.

Navid Mehregani
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<br><font size=2 face="sans-serif">Note that you can't profile to a file
and view the results in the workbench *at the same time*. &nbsp;If you
profile to a file then your views in the workbench won't be populated.
&nbsp;To view your profiling results in the workbench do this:</font>
<br>
<br><font size=2 face="sans-serif">In your profile launch configuration,
click on the profiling tab -&gt; select the destination sub-tab -&gt; make
sure 'send profiling data to a file' is unchecked -&gt; switch to the overview
sub-tab -&gt; click on the add button to create a new profiling set -&gt;
next &nbsp;-&gt; select the profiling options that you &nbsp;want. &nbsp;If
you want graphical details, you have to have execution time analysis selected
and click on the 'show execution flow graphical details' radio button -&gt;
next -&gt; set your filterset -&gt; finish.</font>
<br>
<br><font size=2 face="sans-serif">Use this profiling set to profile your
application.</font>
<br>
<br><font size=2 face="sans-serif">Navid Mehregani </font>
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