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Setting Up Performance Analysis

Visual Studio .NET 2003

Analyzing the performance of distributed applications with Visual Studio Analyzer begins with one or more connections. In a Visual Studio Analyzer project, you connect to one or more computers that are running the Visual Studio Analyzer server components, and then create a filter that identifies the events you want to collect.

After you have designed a filter and set it as the active filter for the project, you can begin collecting data. As the computers to which you are connected generate events that meet your filter specification, data about those events is written to an event log. When you are finished recording, you can use a Visual Studio Analyzer view to determine how to display the collected data for analysis. You can also apply filters to your views on the data to further refine your analysis.

In This Section

Performance Analysis Basics
Summarizes the Visual Studio Analyzer tasks.
Visual Studio Analyzer Projects
Summarizes how to create and manipulate Visual Studio Analyzer projects.
Computer Connections
Discusses how to connect Visual Studio Analyzer to the computers that you want to collect events from.
Filters
Explains how to create and manipulate Visual Studio Analyzer filters.
Events and Event Logs
Summarizes how to create and manipulate Visual Studio Analyzer event logs and how to work with Visual Studio Analyzer events.
Views
Describes how to open and manipulate Visual Studio Analyzer views.

Related Sections

Essential Concepts
Provides an overview of Visual Studio Analyzer
Getting Started with Visual Studio Analyzer
Describes the new features in Visual Studio Analyzer version, and provides instructions for installation and security configuration.
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