In my instevigation on the profilers that are existing I found that currently it is not possible to find the performance of applications on PDA'S.
I just want to know,if there are any profilers that have a client architecture, so that atleast client can be installed on the target hardware, PDA's and sending the profiling information to the server installed in desktop environoment?
I have seen JView2004 and Jprobe, but for both , the client system requirements are not enough for the high end PDA's?
please let me know if there are anything thats available?
you are right regarding using emulators,but the emulators takes up the system resources of the desktop where it is installed in? but i dont want it to use my system resources on which it is installed in.
one more reason, tried to find out perf on emulator..it gave me some bad results say.. an operation took 8 sec in real PDA,where as same operation took 10 sec .. which is really surprising.
so i thought it would be better to profile the applications on real pdas and send the file back to some gui which can show that?
i found one option, now a days CDC1.0.1 comes with jvmpi, so am currently searching whether there exists some default profiling agent for this jvmpi version of cdc which returns a text file.
let me know if my reasoning is wrong. Im new ..and currently in investigation of performance related issues.
subject: client-server architectures of profilers?