The Analyzer menu enables you to perform build, debug and profiling operations on your model code.

The Analyzer Menu




See also

Execution Analyzer

Display the Analyzer Scripts window, which enables you to create and export Build Scripts.



Managing Analyzer Scripts


Build the application for your current script (selected on the Execution Analyzer window), and execute the Build command in the Build Scripts dialog.


Ctrl + Shift + F12


Build the application


Display the Debug menu, which provides a set of debugging commands.



Debug menu


Display the Record menu, which provides various options for recording a debug session.



Record menu


Display the Profiler window, which enables you to report on runtime aspects such as:

What functions are most-frequently called in an application
Which tasks are taking longer than expected, and
Which tasks are taking the longest time to execute



Profiler window


Display the Test submenu, which provides access to the Testpoint Manager and executing a Test script.



Test Menu


Display the Simulation window, which enables you to simulate the debugging of an application during the design of that application.




Breakpoints & Events

Display the Breakpoints & Events window, which you use to  manage breakpoints and markers for debugging.



Manage Breakpoints and Markers

Call Stack

View the currently-running threads in a debugging session, on the Call Stack.



Capture Current Work Environment


View the local variables and their values for the current local thread, on the Locals window.



Locals window


Evaluate data items that are not available as local variables - such as data items with static Class member items, on the Watches window.



Watches window

More Analyzer Windows

Display the More Analyzer Windows submenu, which provides access to the Package Build Scripts dialog, the Workbench window, the Modules window and the Memory Viewer window.



More Analyzer Windows


Execute the Run command you configured in the Build Scripts dialog.


Ctrl + Alt + N

Add Run Command


Execute the Deploy command you configured in the Build Scripts dialog.


Ctrl + Shift + Alt + F12

Deploy command