Getting Started with Using JDeveloper's Memory Profiler tool
By Christian David Straub on Feb 26, 2010
This is a guest post from my coworker Jeanne Waldman.
This blog will explain in pictures and a little text how to run JDeveloper's Memory Profiler tool using JDeveloper 220.127.116.11.0.
In this example we have an application named Sprinkles. We want to run the weatherForecast.jspx page that is apart of the ViewController project. We want to profile some of the org.apache.myfaces.trinidad classes. We will begin a usecase when we run the weatherForecast.jspx page, and we'll end the usecase when the jspx page finishes rendering. When we stop the usecase, the profiler results will be displayed.
The Memory Profiler Results
The Memory Profiler results screen looks like this. Read on for the steps to take to get these results.
First Step - Set the Default Run Target in Project Properties
Open the Project Properties.
Then click on Run/Debug/Profile, then the Edit button.
In this dialog, you can set your Default Run Target. This is the file that is the starting point when you run your application.
Here we set the weatherForecast.jspx page as our default run target.