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Java Profiling In Eclipse

Naresh Talluri
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Joined: Oct 12, 2007
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Hi
Iam new to eclipse, and i have a doubt like
how we can do profiling our application in eclipse using Tomcat
why iam asking is In my project i have some issue like "Memory leak"
To know how many pbjects are using and how many are still alive...
to know these kind of information I had googled , they say the concept of
Profiling, can you please let me know how to do this..
I really appreciate if i got any feedback...

Thanks
Nareh
Tim Holloway
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I've always run a stand-alone Tomcat when profiling. It's easier to specify the additional command-line options needed to control profiling, and there's no actual benefit to using Eclipse.


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Campbell Ritchie
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