This guide covers the ADFT Property Editor GUI tool. After reading this guide, you will know:
The ADTF Property Editor Tool is a GUI application you can use to manipulate properties at runtime. It can be connected to a running ADTF Session and will display all session objects and their properties. Objects and properites are being displayed in list and tree views and are being updated when a run level transition occurs. Both objects and properties can be filtered for quick navigation.
Although the ADTF Property Editor Tool is a GUI application it still has some command line arguments.
adtf_property_editor.exe --help into a console to get the list of the supported commandline arguments:
ADTF Property Editor adtf_property_editor Usage: adtf_property_editor [-h] adtf_property_editor [--url <url>] [--interval_runlevel <milliseconds>] [--interval_connection <milliseconds>] Options: -h, --help Print the usage info and quit. --url <url> URL of the ADTF system. Defaults to 'http://localhost:8000'. --interval_runlevel <milliseconds> The interval at which the run level will be queried and therefore updates of the session object list (defaults to 1000). --interval_connection <milliseconds> The interval at which the connection status will be queried (defaults to 250).
To connect the tool with default settings to an existing ADTF Session type:
The tool will try to connect to the default ADTF Session URL:
To connect the tool with customized argument type:
adtf_property_editor.exe --url http://examplename:port --interval_runlevel 5000 --interval_connection 1000
We provide an mechanism and tooling to analyze the runtime behaviour, so let's have a look at Profiler GUI.