Ayende @ Rahien

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

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oren@ravendb.net

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Originally posted at 1/7/2011

Because I keep getting asked, this feature is available for the following profilers:

This feature is actually two separate ones. The first is the profiler detecting what is the most expensive part of the query plan and making it instantly visible. As you can see, in this fairly complex query, it is this select statement that is the hot spot.

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Another interesting feature that only crops up whenever we are dealing with complex query plans is that the query plan can get big. And by that I mean really big. Too big for a single screen.

Therefore, we added zooming capabilities as well as the mini map that you see in the top right corner.

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Originally posted at 1/7/2011

This is another oft requested feature that we just implemented. The new feature is available for the full suite of Uber Profilers:

You can see the new feature below:

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I think it is cute, and was surprisingly easy to do.

Uber Prof have recently passed the stage where it is mostly implemented using itself, so I just had to wire a few things together, and then I spent most of the time just making sure that things aligned correctly on the UI.

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