This tab appears when Dump button is clicked on the Debugger toolbar, or on choosing on the main menu.
Use this tab to review the external thread dump, or the one taken from the debugger, in a handy way. The tab is divided into two parts. The left one displays all threads, and the right one - the stack trace for the selected thread.
In the Dump tab all threads are sorted so that the most meaningful and useful threads are on the top of the list. For your convenience, the threads are displayed in varying shades of gray text, and deadlocks are highlighted in red.
Ctrl+F or Alt+F3Ctrl+F or Shift+Alt+3Ctrl+F or Shift+Alt+3Ctrl+F or Alt+F3Ctrl+Alt+S, Alt+F3 or Ctrl+SCtrl+F or Alt+F3Ctrl+F or Alt+F3Ctrl+F or Alt+F3Ctrl+F or Alt+F3Command FCommand F or Alt F3Command F
|Click this button (or press keyboard shortcut) to enable filtering thread dump by a word in
Thus a search field appears in the list of threads, where you have to type the search string:
Note that plain search Ctrl+F or Alt+F3Ctrl+F or Shift+Alt+3Ctrl+F or Shift+Alt+3Ctrl+F or Alt+F3Ctrl+Alt+S, Alt+F3 or Ctrl+SCtrl+F or Alt+F3Ctrl+F or Alt+F3Ctrl+F or Alt+F3Ctrl+F or Alt+F3Command FCommand F or Alt F3Command F is also available in the right-hand part of the Dump tab - in the stack trace for the selected thread.
|Click this button to copy the whole thread dump to the Clipboard.|
|Click this button to toggle sorting threads in alphabetical order, or by type.|
|Thread is suspended.|
|Thread is waiting on a monitor lock.|
|Thread is running.|
|Thread is executing network operation, and is waiting for data to be passed.|
|Thread is idle.|
|Event Dispatch Thread that is busy.|
|Thread is executing disk operation.|