TraceView Command-Line Interface

The TraceView command-line interface enables you to control the TraceView features from a Command Prompt window.

The command-line interface has three parts:

TraceView Control Commands

Manage the trace controller features of TraceView. They are similar to Tracelog.

TraceView -process

Manages the trace consumer features of TraceView. It is similar to Tracefmt.

TraceView -parsepdb

Creates a trace message format (.tmf) file by extracting trace message formatting instructions from a PDB symbol file. It is similar to Tracepdb.

Comments

The TraceView window and the TraceView command-line interface operate independently and cannot be used interchangeably. You can use the TraceView command-line interface to control trace session that you started by using the TraceView window, but you cannot use the TraceView window to control trace sessions that you started by using the TraceView command-line interface.

When you submit a TraceView command in a Command Prompt window, TraceView opens a new Command Prompt windows for its output. You cannot suppress the additional windows.

 

 

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