Option to view the mapping HBM XML for each Entity. (Currently the Analysis tab | Overall Usage lists Aggregated Entities by Name.)
(This would aid debugging when using ActiveRecord or Fluent NHibernate which generate the mappings.)35 votes
Maybe for vNext, this is pretty complex impl wise
It'd be great if I could profile an application that's running on a machine that isn't the one running the profiler client application.
eg, profile from my dev workstation on a staging-environment computer.21 votes
This is a vNext feature
Right now the stats are shown in NH Prof, but there is not documention about them17 votes
Currently we can diff between two single sessions.
What I would love to see is actually two features, one depending on an other.
1. Ability to save (name, tag...) session sets, to have one higher order operation (business transaction or whatever)
2. Ability to diff between two different session sets11 votes
if you are communicating with multiple databases it would be nice if you could set a filter to show only queries from one session factory or to exclude the queries from one.10 votes
Generally, a datetime column would help a lot figuring out when the query was issued.5 votes
When integrating NHProf with a continuous integration environment and/or using NHProf to profile integration tests, "select N+1 across multiple sessions" alerts are often false positives. We should be able to ignore them separately.3 votes
There is no way to get to the menu, except, File, with the keyboard.
One can move between tabs with the keyboard tab key but there is no way to enter into the data through keyboard navigation.
A typical scenario is that I want to inspect the last statement(s). For this I now have to catch my mouse and navigate over to (a monitor and) the nhprof application and click.
[I have played around with the keyboard and if there happen to be a shortcut or navigation possibility it is not obvious.]3 votes
NH Prof creates a big temp file, which is causing problems on machines with small HD.1 vote
This will allow to leave it running on a server0 votes
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