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.NET diagnostics not recognising the application under test

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Hi,

I am currently assessing a .NET application. I have tried installing the HP .NET standalone diagnostic tool but it won't recognise the application I am assessing. I understand why it won't as the application communicates between client and server using .NET remoting and not ISS.

Is there a way to get the .NET diagnostic tool to recognise an application working in this way?
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The .NET probe usually needs to be configured for each application you want to monitor.

In the probe_config.xml file add an appdomain entry for your application, like the one for mspetshop in this example:











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The .NET probe usually needs to be configured for each application you want to monitor.

In the probe_config.xml file add an appdomain entry for your application, like the one for mspetshop in this example:











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I am assuming that the instumenter was run and the application was used, to start the profiling process.

How do you know that the application is not 'recognized'? What are the symptoms?
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Thanks for your responses. We have applied the probe_config solution and are now getting some stats returned.
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