AQtime RE: Module crashs every time I try to profile. Hi Justin, <div> &nbsp;</div> <div> Our R&amp;D team should analyze the crash report. Could you please resend it to [url=]our AQtime Support Team[/url]?</div> <div> &nbsp;</div> 7/17/2014 3:42:59 AM Tanya Gorbunova 7ce2cc4a-0236-4d1a-9bef-ce943f24af7c RE: aqtime aqvbscriptparser.dll not found Hi Christian, <div> &nbsp;</div> <div> Could you please go through [url=]the AQtime Troubleshooter[/url]? It can ask you to provide some additional information to help our R&amp;D team investigate the issue.</div> <div> &nbsp;</div> 7/17/2014 3:10:51 AM Tanya Gorbunova 67146f96-c18c-4853-8a9d-125892a5ab32 RE: AQ Time Hangs (100%) when starting app with perforance profiler. Hi Phil, <div> &nbsp;</div> <div> Could you please resend the crash report to [url=]our Support team[/url]?</div> <div> Our R&amp;D team will investigate it and provide the solution.</div> <div> &nbsp;</div> 7/17/2014 2:43:18 AM Tanya Gorbunova fcbbf703-0e4a-4886-8d69-bc97cd31c0b5 Module crashs every time I try to profile. I&#39;m running AQTime 8.21.1134.7. Everytime I try to profile an executable (including the demo one) the module crashes with a bunch of exceptions.<br /> <br /> I&#39;m wondering if this is hardware related as I have had my machine upgraded and it was working fine on my previous computer.<br /> <br /> The new one is a Dell T5600 with the following specs:<br /> 2 physical CPUS: Intel Xeon E5-2630 @ 2.3GHz, 6 cores, 12 logical processors each.<br /> 8GB ECC RDRAM<br /> 64-bit Windows 7<br /> <br /> GPU is an AMD FirePro V5900 although this program is not accelerated.<br /> <br /> The program I&#39;m profiling is 32-bit.<br /> <br /> Event View is attached, again this worked on my old computer (Dell 4500 laptop) 7/16/2014 7:25:55 PM Justin Fainges f44a21a5-ae68-48c0-b564-ce75f1569b91 aqtime aqvbscriptparser.dll not found two questions.&nbsp; version 8.20.960.7<br /> <br /> First this error message occurs and is endless.. ie dialogs never stop coming up so i need to nuke dev studio. Seems very inconvenient<br /> <br /> Second, i found someone with the problem and the recommendation was to upgrade. So i select to upgrade and it brings me to a web page that says ... buy or trial. So, i guess I would anticipate an upgrade would just occur, that whole Windows thing behavior....&nbsp;so where do i get the upgrade from<br /> <br /> 7/16/2014 8:30:10 AM christian kulus 0eadead3-77e6-4238-8180-da0b02e16dbe AQ Time Hangs (100%) when starting app with perforance profiler. When I try profiling my app using AQ Time, it hangs during the startup of my app. My code is .NET 3.5 DLL built with VS2010.&nbsp; Application hangs in AQTime before my DLL is hit, during application startup. I have disabled profiling during startup as well. &nbsp;<br /> <br /> The application is a 32-bit Windows app with a mixture of VB6, C++ and .NET DLL.&nbsp; This is a large app with 100&#39;s of dll&#39;s.<br /> <br /> <br /> AQTime hangs on profiling startup&nbsp; when attempting to run the performance profile (our splash screen is still displayed).&nbsp; AQTime is at 100% on one CPU.&nbsp; Memory usage is 67 MB.<br /> <br /> Attached is a dump file. 7/15/2014 3:14:44 PM Phil Abramowitz 7dd17b32-1326-437c-bed3-fbb4a4008519 RE: DLL Allocation profiling No Result Hi,<br /> <br /> Just an idea: try not to attach to the process, but specify your MainApp.exe as a host application in the Run|Parameters... dialog. Then execute the Run|Run command. This should start MainApp.exe with the profiler attached to it. Open your plug-in, do whatever required in it and try to get the results.<br /> Also, before starting profiling, check that either profiling of the entire application is enabled in the Code To Profile panel (which I am not sure you need) or create a new including area (if areas are supported by the selected profiler) and add pluginDLL.dll to it. (See AQtime help for more details about profiling areas).<br /> <br /> If the above does not help, you may try contact Support: <a href=""></a> 5/23/2014 8:05:05 AM Alexei Karas 9f141fbc-b159-4f21-8e66-23aef8964df9 DLL Allocation profiling No Result Good Morning,<br /> <br /> I am trying to profile memory allocation in a DLL, say pluginDLL.dll. I create a new project in AQTime and add the module &#39;pluginDLL.dll&#39;. This DLL is compiled in Release x64 with VisualStudio 10, all my projects are C++. This DLL is linked to a lib. Say algo.lib. I add to the AQTime project the DLL algo.dll.<br /> <br /> pluginDLL.dll is a DLL programmed on an API to an application, say MainApp.exe. If I launch MainApp.exe, then open my plugin, the process MainAppSDK starts. This process starts when any plugin written with this SDK starts.&nbsp;<br /> <br /> So, to run the profiling, I proceed as follows (I have already created the project with the two DLLs): I launch manually MainApp.exe. I open manually my plugin, so that MainAppSDK process starts. In AQTime, I attach the process MainAppSDK, and runs the profiling.<br /> <br /> If I check Check Memory Bounds, application crashes. Warnings in Event pane are of type &#39;Access violation&#39; in some msvcr100.dll.<br /> <br /> If i check two other options only, i can run my plugin to the end. I can read messages from my application in the event pane, stating that application ran to the end successfully. Before it ends, I click the camera to get the results. And then results are generated but are empty...<br /> <br /> Could you help me troubleshoot?<br /> <br /> 5/22/2014 10:37:24 AM van dermonde 06e4de4d-bca4-4329-9ad2-415e8859b45b RE: Generating a UML sequence diagram So I guess there is no way to generate a dynamic UML sequence diagram using AQtime?<br /> <br /> <br /> A 4/28/2014 10:58:44 AM Adrian Hawryluk a949190a-5fc1-40b2-8403-73731ea949e4 RE: Generating a UML sequence diagram <div> Hi Adrian,</div> <div> &nbsp;</div> <div> [quote]mobile Chrome has the same problem as desktop IE on this forum where the forum doesn&#39;t recognize the CRs passed[/quote]</div> <div> Thanks for reporting this. I&#39;ve transferred the issue to our Web Team.</div> <div> &nbsp;</div> 4/21/2014 1:00:42 AM Tanya Gorbunova 68ab4780-7772-438d-822e-b43c1077e20e RE: Generating a UML sequence diagram Oh great, seems that mobile Chrome has the same problem as desktop IE on this forum where the forum doesn't recognize the CRs passed, making the post one long line. Who is to be contacted for that to be fixed? Super annoying! :-( A 4/18/2014 9:14:04 AM Adrian Hawryluk 35cc49f8-af6f-4475-a6c7-8fac07824157 RE: Generating a UML sequence diagram Say you have 3 functions, x, y and z and you needed to know what order they were called in from function w. How would you be able to determine that from the function call graph results?<br /> It is that functionality that I&#39;m looking for. From what I&#39;ve seen, the call graph results only indicated how long it took to execute not when it was executed. (As a further complication , it only shows an average, and not how long each call took, but that&#39;s not relevant to the functionality in currently looking for, just an observation.)<br /> <br /> Do you see what I&#39;m getting at Alex?<br /> A 4/18/2014 9:07:00 AM Adrian Hawryluk e61b3810-bbba-4c32-928a-0d6b90d9e44e RE: Generating a UML sequence diagram &gt; [...] a post mortem analysis of the code path between objects and threads.<br /> I&#39;m probably missing something, but for me it still looks like that Call Graph results panel should work for you (especially if you increase the number of displayed parents and children in the Options dialog). Have you tried it? What functionality that you need does it miss? 4/18/2014 7:13:12 AM Alexei Karas ff0f5479-3173-4da4-b51e-974bad8eee85 RE: Generating a UML sequence diagram I don&#39;t mean just who called who and how long, but also when and in what order.<br /> <br /> The reason for the functionality is to do a post mortem analysis of the code path between objects and threads. &nbsp;This includes crashes or just for records so that reexecution of the code isn&#39;t necessary. &nbsp;This is especially useful in old complex legacy code where documentation is scarce, but I&#39;m sure would still be useful in non legacy applications too where interactions of an unexpected nature occur frequently or (even better) rarely and are difficult to track statically.<br /> <br /> Thanks,<br /> <br /> <br /> A 4/17/2014 5:13:05 PM Adrian Hawryluk ae0b2dac-978d-41c1-9d36-a2703a08f162 RE: Generating a UML sequence diagram You can export the contents of the Call Graph panel as a picture&nbsp;to get the structure of the calls for the given profiling run. Been exported as an UML this will present only a part of all possible calls and another profiling run may well end with a different diagram.<br /> Any good reason for the functionality you are asking for? (I am wondering, because SmartBear&#39;s Support may ask you the same question in order to have a valid user story that can be used as a reason for registering a new feature request in their database.) 4/17/2014 2:51:25 PM Alexei Karas fe7cb2ca-ded6-48b9-8656-8cfc7c5bc948