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From Mike Stover <>
Subject Re: Use with full Java applications
Date Tue, 26 Jun 2001 15:55:46 GMT
Actually, I think they are looking for something that will "run" their 
application while JProbe or OptimizeIt profiles the app.  With just a single 
user hitting buttons on a UI, it's tedious to accumulate enough data for the 
profiling programs to be meaningful.

JMeter, with custom development could be used to do this.  It's unintuitive 
how to go about doing this, I think, but it actually wouldn't be that hard.  
As I said before, if you need help, I'd be glad to lend a hand.


On Tuesday 26 June 2001 18:20, Nicholas Lesiecki wrote:
> Cameron,
> I don't think that you are looking for Jmeter, rather for Java profiling
> tools. JProbe (certainly not free, but has a trial version) is a commerical
> product that does what you seem to be asking for. Try searching for "java
> profiling tools" in google. There is a free text-based one that comes with
> some versions of the JDK, but it is less than intuitive.
> Cheers,
> nick
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Cameron Severson []
> Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2001 11:01 AM
> To: ''
> Subject: Use with full Java applications
> Are there any free implementations of jMeter that (1) work with full Java
> applications, and (2) provide good visual feedback of profiled data (method
> invocation count, % of execution time spent in each method, etc.).  I'm
> guessing that this is way off the mark for what jMeter actually does, but I
> just want to be sure.
> Thanks.
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