User Guide

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Tab: Dependencies Report

Problems and Messages Pane

Select the problems that you want to analyze by viewing their associated observations.
Controls
Use This
To Do This
Column labels
Click a column label to sort the data grid data rows in either ascending or descending order.
Selected data row
Review the characteristics of each data row in the grid. The columns are:
  • ID - Identifier for the problem.
  • Severity of problem 
								(severity) - The severity of the problem, such as error , warning , or an informational remark message . For example, the location of parallel sites executed are indicated by the message
    Parallel Site
    .
  • Type - The problem type or message type. For more information about a problem, right click to display the context menu.
  • Site Name- The name of the site associated with this problem.
  • Sources - The source file associated with this problem.
  • Modules - The modules (executable) associated with this problem.
  • State - Indicates whether the problem has been fixed or not. To change the state, use the context menu in this pane.
Pane border
Resize the pane (drag).
Right click a row to display a context menu
Display a context menu to: open the code editor to the corresponding source line, display the
Dependencies Source
window, copy the selected data row(s) to the clipboard, or display context-sensitive help for that problem or message.

Code Locations Pane

Use the Dependencies report to view each reported problem in its associated code locations.
Controls
Use This
To Do This
Title bar
View the problem type.
Code Location data row(s)
Review related code locations:
  • ID - Code location identifier
  • Description - What happens at this code location.
  • Source - The source file for this code location.
  • Function - Function name.
  • Modules - The executable associated with this problem.
  • State - Indicates whether the problem has been fixed or not. To change the state, use the context menu.
Click
to the left of a code location name
Display a code snippet associated with the selected code location.
Related code location source code available icon 
						  icon, Related code location source code not available icon 
						  icon, or no icon in the Source column
Shows:
  • Whether this is a related code location.
  • If code location source code is available for viewing and editing.
Focus code location source code available icon 
						  icon, Focus code location source code not available icon 
						  icon, or no icon in the Source column
Shows:
  • Whether this is the focus code location.
  • If code location source code is available for viewing and editing.
Code Location source code available icon 
						  icon, Code Location source code not available icon 
						  icon, or no icon in the Source column
Shows if code location source code is available for viewing and editing.
Double-click a code location data row or source line, or right-click and select the
View Source
context menu item
Display the
Dependencies Source
window.
Right-click and select the
Edit Source
context menu item
Display a code editor with the corresponding source file.
  • On Windows* OS:
    • When using Visual Studio, the Visual Studio code editor appears with the file open at the corresponding location.
    • When using the
      Intel Advisor
      GUI, the file type association (or
      Open With
      dialog box) determines the editor used.
  • On Linux* OS: When using the
    Intel Advisor
    GUI, the editor defined by the
    Options > Editor dialog box
    appears with the file open at the corresponding location.
Column labels
Click a column heading to sort the data grid rows in either ascending or descending order.
Pane border
Resize the pane (drag).
Right click a row to display a context menu
Display a context menu to: expand or collapse all code snippets, open the
Dependencies Source
window, edit sources in the code editor, copy the selected data row(s) to the clipboard, mark the state as fixed or not fixed, or display context-sensitive help.

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