Ayende @ Rahien

It's a girl

Can you help me resolve this bug?

Obviously, this is for NH Prof.

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Comments

Erik van Brakel
02/04/2009 05:53 PM by
Erik van Brakel

I hope I can soon, I'm in the process of convincing my boss to buy me a license. One main thing that would really, REALLY improve the value of NH prof would be java hibernate support somehow. Perhaps by using a log proxy or something? A separate app that takes Hibernate logs and pushes them into your logging parser?

Ayende Rahien
02/04/2009 05:56 PM by
Ayende Rahien

Erik,

I intend to take a look at that after I release v1.0

Erik van Brakel
02/04/2009 06:04 PM by
Erik van Brakel

Ayende, that's very good news! We're using Hibernate in a multi database solution on legacy databases, providing a unified API to several different systems (legacy databases, not 'optimized' for Hibernate access). We don't have real perfomance issues yet (it's not used by a lot of clients yet, about 2-3 users right now), but as it will have to supply access for high volume websites as well I feel that it would be really good to be able to locate and solve the common bugs (Select N+1, loading unbounded datasets and then parsing them in the code).

I'll be looking forward to this :)

Jozef Sevcik
02/04/2009 06:40 PM by
Jozef Sevcik

I was always guessing if Hibernate support is viable.

If yes I think it can be massive, if I compare usage/market of hibernate vs nhibernate.

Really good news you plan to look at it!

Kevin Pang
02/04/2009 07:54 PM by
Kevin Pang

NHProfiler has been absolutely amazing in helping me in my first NHibernate project. Immediately after downloading the trial I was able to identify and fix multiple n+1 query issues as well as remove extraneous eager loading queries from my repositories. This brought some of my page response times down from 3-4 seconds to ~0.5 seconds, all within an hour or two of trying out NHProfiler.

I have found the interface to be easy to use and the guidance it offers easy to follow. A true no-brainer for anyone using NHibernate in my opinion.

ifwdev
02/04/2009 09:54 PM by
ifwdev

What bug tracking system are you using?

James
02/05/2009 09:10 AM by
James

Java Hibernate support would be fantastic but a lot of Java programmers develop on Linux, Mac, Unix etc. so the WPF UI wouldn't be much use.

Mike Olivieri
02/05/2009 03:41 PM by
Mike Olivieri

I thought I knew what NHibernate what doing under the covers. Then I got NHProf!

Mike Olivieri

www.fchp.org

Mikael Henriksson
02/05/2009 10:30 PM by
Mikael Henriksson

I wish I could give you some testimonials. Unfortunately I swing the other way. I just enjoy reading your posts mate :)

Could you write and EF Prof.? I'd be sure to buy that one hehe

Mikael Henriksson
02/05/2009 10:31 PM by
Mikael Henriksson

It was supposed to be an EF Prof. not and...

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