dbMonitor Features

dbMonitor is a full-featured tool for quick and convenient database profiling. Armed with dbMonitor, you will stop debugging your applications “by hand”.

Read how to work with dbMonitor to enhance your opportunities and trace your application. Become a professional with the professional tool – dbMonitor!

Filtering and sorting events by type, SQL, description, status, duration and other parameters.

This option allows you to gradate transactions by the above mentioned parameters. For example, this feature can be very useful for heavy transaction detection. Also, it can help to find locks in run-time environment.


Multiple client processes tracing

dbMonitor allows monitoring multiple applications that work with various databases. Thus, you have the possibility to profile various kinds of applications - desktop, windows services, and web applications.


SQL parameter and error tracing.

dbMonitor provides extension tools for complete query debugging and monitoring. You can view any query parameter. For SQL statements with errors, you can see a database server error message.


The Call tree window for displaying merged call stacks and filtering events by a calling method

This feature is provided only for monitoring ADO.NET providers.
This functionality provides the history of application and database interaction. It contains the set of application methods, which call SQL statements. Also, the information about namespaces and method parameters is available.


The Object Tree window for filtering events by a calling object

This feature is provided only for monitoring ADO.NET providers.
This functionality provides you with a possibility to see ADO.NET objects, which are used in your application. You can browse pools and single connections using this feature and filter events by a calling object.


Remote debugging

This option can help you monitor applications remotely.
You should set the Remote Host and Port Number properties for your monitor component in MS Visual Studio IDE. After that, specify a port number in the dbMonitor tool. Use this option if you need to monitor applications in a client environment or on the web-server (hosting).


Unicode support

dbMonitor provides Unicode support. So, you can monitor multi-lingual applications and databases. There are no more undefined symbols!