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Profiler New FeatureSide by Side diff

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The profiler could do session diffs (showing the difference between executed statements between two sessions) for a while now, but we got some requests for changing it to follow a more traditional source control diff style.

This is now done, and it should make it easier to understand the changes between two sessions:


More posts in "Profiler New Feature" series:

  1. (24 Feb 2010) Too many joins detection
  2. (14 Feb 2010) Integrating with application frameworks
  3. (26 Jan 2010) Side by Side diff



I think the cached queries should appear next to the normal queries if they are the same


SELECT ... FROM Blogs this_ WHERE ... | Cached query: SELECT ... FROM Blogs this_ WHERE ...

The original should still have a strike-through, to signify that it has been cached.

That said, I don't actually use the profiler so maybe what I'm saying makes no sense.

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