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Sensor Pack Information

The Download Package includes an NHibernater Knowledge Sensor Pack based upon the nhtest sample application. It includes the instrumentation of the custom .NET Form entry points and specific application ORM objects as well as the instrumentation of the appropriate NHibernate methods.  The NHibernater Knowledge Sensor Pack and the nhtest sample application are included.  A sample session from nhtest execution with the KSP placed and active is also included.


1.     Save the attached dtdcs file locally to the computer where the dynaTrace Diagnostics Client is installed.
2.     In the dynaTrace Diagnostics Client, right-click on the Diagnostics Server and select 'Preferences...'.
3.     Click on "Sensor Packs"
4.     Click on the "Import..." button.
5.     Select "Custom Sensor Type (*.dtdcs)" in the "Files of type" dropdown.
6.     Navigate to the directory where you extracted the .dtdcs files and click "Open"

You can confirm successful import by observing the NHibernate Sensor Pack in the Sensor Packs Panel. The Knowledge Sensor Pack is now Placed and Active within all System Profiles on this Diagnostics Server.

The configuration of the attached sample application uses the following connection string with SQLServer as the backend database engine ... You will need to modify it accordingly.

Data Source=.\SQLEXPRESS;AttachDbFilename="C:\Documents and Settings\Chuck Miller\My Documents\technology\nhibernate\nhibernator\NORTHWND.MDF";Integrated Security=True;Connect Timeout=30;User Instance=True.

Knowledge Sensor Pack Overview

The NHibernate KSP defines the following new API's:| * NHibernate Transaction

  • NHibernate SqlCommand
  • NHibernate Persister
  • NHibernate Other
  • NHibernate OrderFactory
  • NHibernate Mapping
  • NHibernate Loader
  • NHibernate Impl
  • NHibernate Driver
  • NHibernate Dialect
  • NHibernate CustomerFactory
  • NHibernate Connection
  • NHibernate Collection

  1. Anonymous (login to see details)

    Is this something that is still active and interesting? I have a customer running nhibernate, should I use this?

  2. Anonymous (login to see details)

    Same question here (smile)

    1. Anonymous (login to see details)

      Hi Dennis,

      since this page has not been updated in the last 7 years this is nothing active. If you have the change to try out the fastpack with a current NHibernate version and provide feedback if it works would be really great.