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Process Performance Determination in C#: Part 2

, 14 Jun 2012
The program presented here provides a simple way to obtain process performance through PPM.
ProcessPerformance2.zip
ProcessPerformance2
Local.testsettings
ProcessPerformance2
ProcessPerformance2.vsmdi
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ProcessPerformance2.dll
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ProcessPerformance2.csproj.user
Properties
TestResults
Sitt_JANAKA-PC 2012-06-13 11_14_54
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AgentRestart.dat
Sitt_JANAKA-PC 2012-06-13 11_17_53
Sitt_JANAKA-PC 2012-06-13 11_17_53.trx
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AgentRestart.dat
Sitt_JANAKA-PC 2012-06-13 11_18_31
Sitt_JANAKA-PC 2012-06-13 11_18_31.trx
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AgentRestart.dat
Sitt_JANAKA-PC 2012-06-13 11_21_26.trx
Sitt_JANAKA-PC 2012-06-13 12_13_04.trx
TraceAndTestImpact.testsettings
UnitTestPerformance2
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ProcessPerformance2.dll
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