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  1. Assuming that our app's source code is already opened in Visual Studio, we can run the profiler by choosing


    ReSharper | Profile | Profile Startup


    Configuration Performance Profiling.


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    {div:class=text gray}To learn about different supported profiling types, see [Choosing the Right Profiling Mode|].{div}

  2. For more To get the detailed results on a number of method calls, let's use the Tracing profiling type.
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  3. After we click Run, dotTrace runs our app and a special dotTrace Performance Controller window used to get performance snapshots.
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  4. To start profiling of our app, we click Start Profiling.
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  6. Now, our goal is to reproduce the issue, and all we need to do is load the temperature graph by clicking the Load Temperature Data button .
  7. As soon as we've captured a representative snapshot, we click Get Snapshot'n'Wait in the dotTrace Performance Controller window. This will upload the snapshot to dotTrace Performance Viewer where we can take a detailed look at profiling results. Image Removed

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