Yaakov Ellis

Israel

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Age: 33

Husband, father, learner and programmer trying to live life as it should be lived. (@yaakov)

Developer @ StackExchange since 10/2013

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answered Display Custom messages in MiniProfiler
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comment Miniprofiler.Current method does not return the time
You are right. ElapsedTicks is an internal property. I have corrected my answer. Please see above.
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revised Miniprofiler.Current method does not return the time
correct inaccuracy in answer - original answer referred to internal property
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answered Miniprofiler.Current method does not return the time
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comment MiniProfiler mixed up records
Please provide more detailed examples of what you are doing with MiniProfiler, and where in your code, in order that people can help you with your issue. Your one code excerpt above shows just one empty using section. Not much to go on.
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comment System.MissingMethodException with Miniprofiler.Windows
Did you step through the code with a debugger and try to figure out where this was happening?
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comment How can I stop MiniProfiler showing "duplicate" SQL query warnings parameters are different?
Understood. I was just explaining why it is the way that it is, in answer to your question above. I just added to my answer giving you a way to customize how you detect duplicates in your own install (I don't see us changing this right now in the main release, but this is the reason that CustomUITemplates exists).
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revised How can I stop MiniProfiler showing "duplicate" SQL query warnings parameters are different?
added alternative way to customize includes to define dup detection differently
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comment System.MissingMethodException with Miniprofiler.Windows
Sounds like you have some web.config assembly binding (or something like that) that is looking for v2.1.1.140 specifically. If you remove those requirements then hopefully it should work (though this is separate from the question above).
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answered System.MissingMethodException with Miniprofiler.Windows
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