Application Performance Key Creation (Windows CE 5.0)
An application that supports performance counters must have a Performance subkey under the Services subkey.
The following code example shows the values that you should include in the Performance subkey.
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Application_Name\Performance CEPerfLibrary = DLL_Name Open = Open_Function_Name Collect = Collect_Function_Name Close = Close_Function_Name
The CEPerfLibrary value provides the name of the performance DLL.
The Open, Collect, and Close values provide the names of the functions exported from the performance DLL.
When a performance monitoring application requests performance data, the system uses these values to determine which performance DLLs to load and which DLL functions to call.
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