ANTS Performance Profiler 10

ANTS Performance Profiler 10.1 release notes

March 5th, 2019 (10.1.5)

Improvements

  • Integrated decompilation now uses a new version of the .NET Reflector engine.
  • APP's startup performance was improved.

February 14th, 2019 (10.1.4)

Fixes

  • MP-2539: Fixed issues with profiling IIS applications.
  • Windows 10 for Workstations is now correctly detected.

January 10th, 2019 (10.1.3)

Features

  • PP-4115: Assemblies defined on a block list are now respected during command-line profiling.

Fixes

  • PP-4117: Installation no longer fails with the newest version of Visual C++ 2017 Redistributable installed.
  • PP-4110: Profiling IIS Express applications from command-line using /epath parameter now works correctly.
  • PP-4108: SQL queries made using OdbcDataAdapter.Fill are now properly captured.

November 28th, 2018 (10.1.2)

Improvements

  • PP-4099: SQL queries made with OleDbCommand are now supported.
  • PP-4100: SQL queries made using DbDataAdapter.Fill are now properly captured.

October 30th, 2018 (10.1.1)

Improvements

  • PP-4042: It's now possible to provide a custom IIS Express configuration file.
  • PP-4080: SQL calls made with System.Data.Odbc are now supported.
  • PP-4086: SQL calls made in ASP.NET Core web applications targeting .NET Framework are now supported.

September 17th, 2018 (10.1.0)

With this release, we have officially removed support for Microsoft Silverlight due to its deprecation and lack of support in modern browsers. To use ANTS Performance Profiler with Silverlight applications, please downgrade to ANTS Performance Profiler 10.0.

Improvements

  • We now fully support .NET Core 2.1.
  • We now support profiling .NET Core projects targeting multiple frameworks (using <TargetFrameworks> tag).

Fixes

  • APVS-86,PP-4044: Profiling .NET Core applications no longer crashes when requested using ANTS VS Add-in on 15.8 version of Visual Studio 2017.
  • PP-4020: The number of SQL queries made using ExecuteDataSet is now correct.
  • PP-4072: The number of incoming HTTP requests is now correct for .NET Core 2.1 web applications.
  • PP-2871: Outgoing HTTP requests made using HttpClient are now properly instrumented for .NET Core applications.

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