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 1<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
 2<jrat>
 3    <!-- ********************************************************************
 4    **  Java Runtime Analysis Toolkit Configuration                        **
 5    **  sample, default configuration file - modify as need                **
 6    **  Author : Jeff Drost                                                **
 7    ********************************************************************* -->
 8
 9    <settings>
10        <property name="httpServerEnabled" value="true"/>
11    </settings>
12
13    <!--
14     A profile defines a set of handlers and the criteria that must
15     be satisfied in order for a method to be monitored with those handlers.
16     In a single configuration file you can have multiple profile.
17    -->
18
19    <profile name="my code">
20
21        <criteria>
22
23            <!--
24            A profile's handlers are used if any of the includes are
25            satisfied and none of the excludes are.
26
27            ( includeA or includeB... ) and ( not( excludeA or excludeB... ) )
28            -->
29
30            <!--
31            <include className="*" methodName="*" signature="*"/>
32            <exclude className="*" methodName="*" signature="*"/>
33            -->
34
35            <include/>
36
37        </criteria>
38
39        <handlers>
40
41            <!--
42            The Tree Method Handler is the general purpose included method handler,
43            but you can choose to write your own.  Simply implement MethodHandlerFactory
44            and get ready to receieve runtime events.
45            -->
46            <handler factory="org.shiftone.jrat.provider.tree.TreeMethodHandlerFactory">
47                <property name="outputFile" value="my_code_tree.jrat"/>
48            </handler>
49
50        </handlers>
51
52    </profile>
53
54</jrat>