Profiling native code applications with Memory Analysis, the session control is disabled and why are the session files report "No data is available"
Memory Analysis is a tool used for managed code applications running under the Common Language Runtime (CRL) such as those implemented in C#, VB .NET, and managed C . If your application has no managed components, the DevPartner Memory Analysis session control, or "Live View" will appear but it will be disabled. However, if your native code application accesses managed modules via COM callable wrappers, when this code begins to execute, the Live View will become enabled and you will receive details on these components' use of the managed heap.
If you are interested in only native code memory analysis, DevPartner Studio's Error Detection tool provides this. Please refer to "Understanding DevPartner Studio, Chapter 3: Error Detection" for details.
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