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Old 8th October 2004, 16:50
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Baan: Baan IV/InforLN6.1 - DB: Oracle - OS: Linux
Question not able to profile a session

Hi to all,
I'm trying to profile a session we have created; I've compiled it with profiling options (ie compiled with "Profiling" button), but when I close the session, no report with profiling infos was displayed. What was wrong? I've doble check my settings (also if there was an already opened object of that session), but nothings was wrong. Any idea?

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Old 8th October 2004, 22:17
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Baan: Baan 4C4 A&D1 - DB: Oracle - OS: Sun Solaris
Is the session in shared Memory? You might want to compile it in debug mode and make sure it comes up that way first. Just to make sure you are running current object.

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