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My Question :
It's possible to profile J2EE Aplication with IBM WebSphere Studio. It's also possible to profile Java-Applications with main()-entry methods.
Is there a possibility to profile applets ?
 
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Originally posted by Dirk Nolte:
My Question :
It's possible to profile J2EE Aplication with IBM WebSphere Studio. It's also possible to profile Java-Applications with main()-entry methods.
Is there a possibility to profile applets ?


Hi Dirk,
That's a good question. I have not done so, and I would expect it to be a non-trivial task. The JVM is in the browser, and you would probably have to invoke some arcane command-line parameters. Good luck and thanks for the question.
Regards,
[ February 03, 2004: Message edited by: Howard Kushner ]
 
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