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If you are already using IntelliTrace in Visual Studio and are not logging traces to the Enterprise Library, use this copy of the IntelliTrace Collector instead of the IntelliTraceMonitor.vsix package to ensure that you capture debugging information in the right environment.
This package replaces the following packages, installed automatically with Visual Studio when you create a project:
– “Microsoft Enterprise Library Tools 4.1”
– “Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Tools for Applications”
Required Software
– Microsoft SQL Server 2008 or later (For example, SQL Express LocalDB)
– Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Tools for Applications
NOTE: This tool is not intended for use with older editions of Visual Studio and SQL Server.
Prerequisites
Before you can install IntelliTrace Collector for Visual Studio Serial Key, you must uninstall the current version of IntelliTrace Collector for Visual Studio from your computer. See the IntelliTrace Collector for Visual Studio topic for instructions.
Steps
1. Download the IntelliTrace Collector for Visual Studio package. After downloading the package, right-click the installer file and choose “Run as administrator.”
2. Run the IntelliTrace Collector for Visual Studio installer to unpack the package. Follow the instructions that appear.
3. Restart Visual Studio.
NOTE: If you are installing IntelliTrace Collector for Visual Studio on a server where you do not have administrative rights, you may be prompted for a username and password.
4. If you are installing the IntelliTrace Collector for Visual Studio on a development machine and you do not want to be prompted for a username and password, create an account on the development machine that does not have any rights.
5. After installing IntelliTrace Collector for Visual Studio, you can configure the collector by using the IntelliTrace Monitor’s Options dialog box. When you run IntelliTrace Collector for Visual Studio for the first time, the Options dialog box appears.
6. Select the “Collector” tab.
7. Click the “Enable” button for the IntelliTrace Collector for Visual Studio.
8. Click the “Next” button to start the wizard.
9. In the Select Source-level debugging information to collect dialog box, select all source code files that contain IntelliTrace debugging information, and then click the “Next” button.
The following table shows the available debugging information for each file type.
File Type
Trace data
Source code

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This article describes how you can view the contents of the Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Reporting Services report server database.
To view the contents of the report server database, open a connection to the report server database using SQL Server Management Studio, Visual Studio, or other SQL Server tools. For more information, see Connect to the Report Server Database or View Contents in Report Builder.
The following example displays the contents of the ‘Dimension’ database (system catalog) for a server running on the local computer, which is required to create a report server database.

Open Windows Explorer.

Click Start.

In the Search results, click All programs.

In the All programs results, click the Windows folder.

In the Windows folder, click the Documents folder.

In the Documents folder, navigate to the SQL Server folder.

NOTE:

If you are connecting to the report server database for the first time, a standard user account must be created for the user account on the destination server to which the report server database is being synchronized. For more information about creating and using standard accounts, see Create and Use Standard User Accounts.

On the destination server, a local standard user account must be created for the user account on the local computer to which the report server database is being synchronized.

On the destination server, a standard report server database must be created for the report server database to be synchronized to. For more information, see Create a Report Server Database.

After the report server database is created on the destination server, copy the report server database to the destination server using the ReportServer database.

Copy the Dims folder in the same location as the report server database to a folder that is convenient for the user account that will be used to access the report server database.

Open the report server database.

On the ribbon, click the Tools menu.

In the menu, click Report Management.

In the Report Management dialog box, select Browse and select the report server database to browse.

On the summary page, expand the Server Objects node.

On the top level of the tree, right-click the Report Catalog node.

On the Report Catalog menu, click Properties.

In the Report Catalog Properties dialog box, under the Properties pane, click the Select button.

In the Select object dialog box, select the configuration in the category and drop it in the report folder.

The default report that ships with
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This is a standalone IntelliTrace collector for collecting full IntelliTrace information from a running app and creating a detailed report.
IntelliTrace Collector can be configured to collect debugging information from Visual Studio and generate a report in seconds. IntelliTrace Collector collects full IntelliTrace information, including user-defined and application-defined traces, and includes information about user events, use of the IntelliTrace application, and managed exceptions. IntelliTrace Collector lets you export the report in multiple formats, including Excel, HTML, PDF, PPM, XML, and TSV.
IntelliTrace Collector can be configured to gather debugging information from Visual Studio and generate a report in seconds. IntelliTrace Collector collects full IntelliTrace information, including user-defined and application-defined traces, and includes information about user events, use of the IntelliTrace application, and managed exceptions. IntelliTrace Collector lets you export the report in multiple formats, including Excel, HTML, PDF, PPM, XML, and TSV.
Initialize collection of IntelliTrace information from Visual Studio:
In Visual Studio, you first configure IntelliTrace Collector to work with your selected server and collection options. In the IntelliTrace tab, select the configuration you want to use for collection, and then click the Configure Collection button.
Configure the collection options.
Note:
To ensure that the latest version of the standalone collector is being used, this feature can be used only for 90 days. After 90 days, you must download a new copy.
Set a collection name.
Configure the collecting host type.
Specify a preferred port for the collector process.
If enabled, specify whether IntelliTrace tracing should be disabled by default for all methods.
Specify the time after which the collection session will be closed. This value is in seconds.
Set the collection password. This password is required to connect to the collector and will be encrypted when transmitted via the Internet.
Set whether the collection will write a log file.
Select the folder in which the collector should store log files and sample data.
If the created configuration settings file does not exist, you must specify the path for the configuration file that you want to use.
You can also save these configuration settings in a VSPackage. The IntelliTrace Collector Package is free; other IntelliTrace Collector VSPackage products are available, but

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NOTE:
A Windows Component install must be performed prior to using this feature.

You can collect IntelliTrace data from any application that is running on a machine that has IntelliTrace enabled. You can use this option to collect IntelliTrace data from an application that you have not modified.
You can also use this option to collect IntelliTrace data from a running debug session. This process does not modify any applications and it does not consume resources.
A few simple steps are required for you to collect IntelliTrace data. This process does not consume any resources in your machine.

NOTE: You can use this feature only for 90 days. After 90 days, you must download a new copy.
NOTE:
It is possible to use the IntelliTrace Collector with Visual Studio to gather IntelliTrace data from an application that is running on Visual Studio.
To create a shortcut for this option, you must add the following lines to the registry:HKLM\Software\Microsoft\VisualStudio\14.0_Config\Tools\ToolsOptions\sessions.
NOTE:
You cannot use the shortcut for more than 90 days. After 90 days, you must download a new copy.
NOTE:
Use the IntelliTrace Configuration tool to configure the IntelliTrace Collector. The IntelliTrace Configuration tool takes you through a simple wizard to add your application and set the options for debugging the application.
To add a collection, launch the IntelliTrace Configuration tool, select the option to create a shortcut, and then launch that shortcut. Then launch the IntelliTrace Collector, select the collection you want to add, and then select Debug.
NOTE:
The IntelliTrace Collector has a built-in debugging component. You can configure this component to run the target application and capture the IntelliTrace data.
To configure the IntelliTrace Collector, launch the IntelliTrace Configuration tool, select the option to create a shortcut, and then launch that shortcut. Then launch the IntelliTrace Collector, select the collection you want to add, and then select Configure.
NOTE:
After this configuration, you must use the IntelliTrace Configuration tool to launch the IntelliTrace Collector.
In the IntelliTrace Collector configuration, select Enable this process (the target process that will be debugged).
NOTE:
After selecting Enable this process, the application must be started

System Requirements For IntelliTrace Collector For Visual Studio:

Minimum:
OS: Windows 7 x86
Windows 7 x86 Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo (2.0 GHz) or AMD Athlon (2.0 GHz)
Intel Core 2 Duo (2.0 GHz) or AMD Athlon (2.0 GHz) Memory: 2 GB RAM
2 GB RAM Graphics: Nvidia GeForce 8800 GTS 512 or AMD Radeon HD 3850
Nvidia GeForce 8800 GTS 512 or AMD Radeon HD 3850 Hard Drive: 30 GB free
30 GB free Sound Card: DirectX 11.

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