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If we don't make any parameterization for Collection type, will that be dealing with Performace issue?No. Not really. But performance isn't really the issue... it's runtime-type-safety which is at issue. There's nothing to prevent me from adding an Integer (like an error number) to your collection of exceptions.
And "GenericException"... Sheesh, come down from the trees allready. WTF am I (the user of this class/method/package) supposed to with a friggin "GenericException"... you may as well have thrown a raw RuntimeException and saved all that cumbersom interveening try/catch code.
just make the change and profile the code against to see if that part got slower... you ARE using a profiler.... right?
Thanks for the reply.
Rightnow, we are facing problems in Profiling a node. For this, we are for time being, running manually by having breakpoints at the start and end of the method.
To tell that I am not using a profiler for the application. Can you just tell me what software should be used for profiling (as a freeware)? As need to submit the performance analysis document soon.
Thanks for the support.
Do you know of any free profilers? I've only ever used that JBuilder enterprise thingy, at I wasn't real impressed with it... it was quicker to roll my own... which did actually work.
I'm sorry, the only profiler I've ever used is TFPF (or whatever it's called) that comes built in with Eclipse. If you haven't tried it I would suggest it. it's free and it's good. It did have some issues with swing applications, but I believe those are fixed in eclipse 3.3
Can you just tell me where can I find TFPF? I am using Eclipse (as you replied earlier regarding TFPF with Eclipse), but I am unable to find the built in TFPF. If you can just mention where to catch the same.
Thanks once again,
sorry, I had the name wrong. Here is the site:
Thanks for the link. I will try and queries, if needed further to proceed.
I found many more links internally for download and found that XRay as a profiler that is designed for profiling Eclipse applications. Can I simply download this for start working directly on Profiling a node?
Thanks for the information.