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What's New

dotTrace 10

dotTrace 6.2

  • Profiling of run configurations. dotTrace integrated in Visual Studio gets more profiling capabilities. Now, you can profile not only your startup project, but any 'run configuration' - a startup project, an arbitrary executable, or even any static method.
  • Incoming HTTP requests profiling. Timeline Viewer offers the new Incoming HTTP Requests filter. Now you can get the exact data on how long a particular HTTP request is processed.

dotTrace 6.1.1

dotTrace 6.1

  • SQL queries profiling. Timeline Viewer offers the new SQL Queries filter. Now you can get the exact data on how long a particular SQL query is executed as well as what method has run the query.
  • Redesigned dotTrace Controller. dotTrace Controller is more neat and takes less space on the screen.
  • Updated remote agent.
  • Improved performance in Timeline Viewer.

dotTrace 6.0

  • A completely new Timeline Profiling method that collects temporal call stack and thread state data about your application.
  • Redesigned UI. Now, dotTrace interface consists of the three main components: dotTrace Home window, Performance Viewer, Timeline Viewer.
  • Profiling sessions are configured and started in a new dotTrace Home window.
  • More flexible subsystems. You can specify how the subsystem time should be handled: should it be shown separately, included into calling subsystems time, or not taken into account at all.
  • Filtering of child processes. You can specify what child processes of an application should not be profiled.

dotTrace 5.5

  • A new convenient way to search for bottlenecks via the Subsystems view
  • Bookmarks for quick navigation between points of interest in a snapshot
  • Improved filters
  • Redesigned Overview
  • Improvements in performance

dotTrace 5.3

dotTrace 5.0

dotTrace 4.5

dotTrace 4.0

Last modified: 10 March 2016