Friday, February 03, 2012 10:47 AM
What i would like to achieve is to get an overview of performance in terms of my applications business domain (Think of a graph of my_operations per second, my_operations queue depth, my_operations for my_job_x(jobname), my_operations start-time, my_operation end-time, etc.)
Currently i find myself first graphing my business domain performance data and then in WPA try to find back where my business domain performance relates to the standard WPR generated performance data. It would be great if this could be combined in a single tool with a single overview.
Monday, February 20, 2012 8:20 AMOwner
In Windows 8, WPA will let you graph all of the events logged by your application in the Generic Events graph, which supports custom grouping and filtering of data as well as custom graphing based on what column you put right of the blue bar in its table. As long as you expose the necessary business metrics in your events you should be able to graph them.
Hope this helps, Michael
- Proposed As Answer by Michael_MilirudOwner Monday, February 20, 2012 8:21 AM
Thursday, October 04, 2012 5:43 PMIs there a document somewhere that can guide me through how to graph or even show any of the event data in WPA? The best I can get to is WPA recognizing the provider and event name but no user data can be shown or values graphed. Tracerpt is able to extract the event data ok. What am I missing?