Entity Framework Profiler v4.0 Build 4042


Entity Framework Profiler v4.0 Build 4042 | 4 Mb

Entity Framework Profiler is a real-time visual debugger allowing a development team to gain valuable insight and perspective into their usage of Entity Framework. The product is architected with input coming from many top industry leaders within the OR/M community. Alerts are presented in a concise code-review manner indicating patterns of misuse by your application. To streamline your efforts to correct the misuse, we provide links to the problematic code section that triggered the alert.

Using the Entity Framework Profiler is easy. First, we need to make the application that we profile aware of the profiler. Then, just start the profiler.

Preparing an application to be profiled

Add a reference to the HibernatingRhinos.Profiler.Appender.dll assembly, located in the downloadable zip. In the application startup (Application_Start in web applications, Program.Main in Windows / console applications, or the App constructor for WPF applications), make the following call:

HibernatingRhinos.Profiler.Appender.EntityFramework.EntityFrameworkProfiler.Initialize();

AGGREGATE RELATED SESSIONS UNDER SCOPES

Entity Framework Profiler can aggregate related sessions under the same scope. By default, in web applications, we aggregate sessions which are opened in the same web page under the same scope. But we provide an API that you can use to aggregate related session in your applicatoin using a different strategy.

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