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Oren Eini aka Ayende Rahien CEO of Hibernating Rhinos LTD, which develops RavenDB, a NoSQL Open Source Document Database.

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For a long time, most of the work in the profiler (NH Prof, HProf, L2S Prof & EF Prof) could be done only with the use of the mouse. That annoyed a bunch of people, but it didn’t really bother me.  Rob fixed this recently, and I cannot believe what kind of a difference it makes.

Here are the shortcuts:

S Focus on Sessions tab header
T Focus on Statements tab header
D Focus on Details tab header
F Focus on Statistics tab header
Left / Right Move to the next / prev tab
Down / Up Move to next session / statement

Using those, you can use the common functionality of the profiler without touching the mouse.

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Well… I am still working done the list of stuff people request for the profiler (NH Prof, HProf, L2S Prof & EF Prof) , and one of the things that popped into the head of the list was wanting to have programmatic access to the profiler output. We aren’t talking about just the XML reports that are available, but to be able to get the data in a way that is easy to work with.

Well, here it is:

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There is a new DLL in the profiler distribution, HibernatingRhinos.Profiler.Integration, where you can find the CaptureProfilerOutput class. That class will let you start the profiler, capture whatever happens in the middle, and finally stop and return you an instance of a report, containing all the data about what actually happened.

This is perfect if you want to use the profiler as part of your integration tests library. As an aside, you can also use the new DLL to programmatically parse (by using XML Serialization) the XML reports that you generate as part of your build, so you get very easy way to build rules around that report.

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