About Setting Basic Target Application Properties
To Do This
Microsoft* runtime environmentdrop-down list
Store result...radio buttons
Store results in the default project location or a custom location.
Consider storing results in - and linking to - a custom location if:
Result locationfield (read-only)
Verify the result location and current result directory name template.
About Choosing Small, Representative Data Sets
About Setting Advanced Target Application Properties
To Do This
Inspect a file that is not the starting application. For example: Inspect an
.exefile (identified in this field) called by a script (identified in the
Enable collection progress informationcheckbox
Display thread activity during collection to confirm the application is still executing.
Modifybutton, and field
Potentially speed up collection by limiting application module(s) for inspection. You can limit by inclusion or exclusion. For example, you can:
By default, the
Intel Inspectorinspects all modules in the application.
About Managing Suppression Rules
- Your team lead may know of error-prone third-party code.
- Your team architect may know specific code passages are correct as coded.
- You may know you are currently fixing a specific bug.
About Searching Non-standard Directories
- The binary is built outside the Visual Studio* IDE.
- Specific PATH settings are required for correct operation.
- Source files reside somewhere other than where debug information indicates.
- Debug information files are not located with binary files.