If you are collecting call graph data using 3.0, and vtl is launching an application which in turn launches another application more than once which is also a module of interest, you will need to pay particular attention to the order of the moi's that you specify. For example, vtl launches application A, and A launches application B twice, and you would like a call graph of applications A and B. On the command line you should specify A as the application to launch and as a module of interest, and you should specify B also as an moi. However, A must be specified as an moi first on the command line before B is specified as an moi, as shown below:
vtl activity -c callgraph -app A -moi A -moi B
If you specify the command line like this:
vtl activity -c callgraph -app A -moi B -moi A
vtl will only be able to create a call graph for the first invocation of B.
Message Edited by jwshands on 03-10-2005 10:02 AM