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Posted 3 Mar 2007

Identifying NHibernate-Related Bottlenecks through Performance Monitoring

, 10 Jun 2007
A distilled methodology for detecting and isolating NHibernate-related performance and scalability issues
using Sample.Mocks;

namespace Sample.Tests
    public class GeneralCommand : BaseCommandTemplate, ICommand
        #region Constructors
        public GeneralCommand(ThreadContext context) : base(context){}

        #region Methods
        protected override string ProcessCommand()
            //set up for the method call
            GeneralTestMock mock = new GeneralTestMock();
            int x;
            for (int i = 0; i < 100000000; i++)
                 x = i;
            return "I counted to 100000000 yaay!";

        #region Members

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