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icon5.gif  Drilling down to methods in a library ? [message #661120] Wed, 23 March 2011 05:28
Carusyte Missing name is currently offline Carusyte Missing name
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In the Execution Statistics tab, it seems that I can only inspect the data of methods/class with source code available in the workspace projects; I've tried out the commercial counterpart JProfiler, it provides such a functionality in a "Call Graph" view to trace deeper into the invocation chain, I mean, even including those methods defined in a jar library. The only thing I found confusing is that the "total time" is inconsistent with that in its "Method Statistics" view, of which data looks more reasonable.

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