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Nick George
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Well, I do try to figure these things out for myself, but in this instance, i've been defeated many times thusfar. If some kind soul can just give me a handout and tell me how to get any free profiler to work (it can be the worst one out there!), I'll owe them 10 posts.

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Well, the worst one is probably coming with the JDK: http://java.sun.com/developer/onlineTraining/Programming/JDCBook/perf3.html
 
steve souza
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It isn't strictly a profiler, but depending on what you are trying to do JAMon may be able to help. If you are coding a web app then the JAMon servlet filter will keep stats of all file resources in your web app (jsp's, servlets, html, jpgs, etc.).
JAMon keeps stats on anything you put in between its start and stop methods. Stats include hits, total time, avg time, min time, max time, std dev, active, avg active, max active and more.
See the demo at http://www.fdsapi.com for an example of JAMon in use.
 
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