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NHibernate Profiler is a Visual tool for C# and.Net Developers that enables them to gain valuable insights into how developers are using NHibernate in their development projects. This product provides support for SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle and PostgreSQL. It creates, retrieves, saves, and edits objects, translates queries to SQL, and displays result sets, in real time. This tool provides support to track the large volume of NHibernate related SQL requests your code generates. Such as, the order of sql queries by method, and object associations per object. NHibernate Profiler Tool Highlights:  Shows what query is being generated as the database server picks the best or most efficient path.  Selects objects most frequently used by your code to simplify the workload.  Shows most common patterns of use such as, looping through entities vs. creating objects.  User defined patterns of use to gain additional insights. The tool includes real-time visualization of the SQL statements as generated by the database server and the performance of the result set as it is displayed. Please note that this tool is in Beta and this version may not be reliable or stable. We do hope to make it better and stable as the release date approaches. NHibernate Profiler FAQ: Most recently, I've had an issue with any and all queries generated by NHibernate. The reason for this is that I'm using a new database which is SQL Express. There is a config file using an "identity" mapping so when I'm debugging what is being sent to the database, it's identical to what I'm doing. However, when I run it, I get an exception with this stack trace: [DatabaseException: Could not create database CREATE DATABASE statement failed. This problem might be caused by incorrect configuration of the database, insufficient memory or a resource issue.] NHibernate.Cfg.Configuration.AddXXX(Type targetType, string name, string value) +217 NHibernate.Cfg.Configuration.AddParameter(NHibernate.Cfg.Configuration.Parameter parameter) +40 NHibernate.Cfg.Configuration.AddXXX(Parameter property) +18 NHibernate.Cfg.Configuration.AddPersistentCollection(System.Type targetType, string name a5204a7ec7

Are you using NHibernate for your application? If so, you should consider installing NHibernate Profiler to get significant insights into the usage and performance of NHibernate in your application. By inspecting your NHibernate sessions NHibernate Profiler will be able to detect various problems with the usage of NHibernate in your application. The product currently works with SQL Server, MySQL and PostgreSQL. Also included are EventListeners to bring in advanced metrics with the instrumentation and the ability to perform custom processing. Key features include Interact with NHibernate Profiler from your application during runtime. Streamline your efforts to correct the usage of NHibernate Sessions and Stages interactions and time line Data conversions and format changes Special Diagnostic Reports that are generated from the execution of the application SQL State and Duration of Session Changes Inform about the usage of a certain NHibernate feature by using the Filters Performance metrics are included as an additional feature. Support for MySQL 5.1 and 5.5.4 and SQL Server 2005, 2008 and 2012. Important Notes: There are restrictions on the output of standard NHibernate sessions and named-session-factories. Using Profiler Here is a simple example of how to use the NHibernate Profiler via a Unit Test: The NHibernate Profiler is available via a NuGet package. The steps to get started using Profiler from within an application are the following: Register the NHibernate Profiler dll and provider in the application. This is required to get access to the NHibernate Profiler features. Configure your NHibernate configuration and configure the Profiler in your application. The configuration is done by configuring the mapping and the provider. The Profiler is configured in the same manner for the different platforms like SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL. Configure the output directory for the NHibernate Session Statistics, to only get the statistics for the currently running application. Run the application. Optionally, open the NHibernate Profiler (in this case we will open the Profiler for a session). The NHibernate Profiler may run in one of the following three modes: Debug (Switch SQLPLUSW


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