You need to specify the directory containing the Intel Advisor definition file as an additional include directory when you compile your program. Intel Advisor installs its annotation definition files into a default directory on your system. For example:
With a Visual Studio project or solution for a C/C++ or Fortran application, you need to specify the property Additional Include path. You can use the environment variable ADVISOR_201n_DIR followed by the include directory.
With the C/C++ or Fortran command line, use the compiler option -Idir (Linux* OS) or /Idir (Windows* OS), where dir is the directory containing the annotation definition files. You can use the environment variable ADVISOR_201n_DIR followed by the include directory.
With Fortran modules, you also need to specify the library name and directory of the annotations definitions to the linker.
With a Visual Studio project or solution for a C# program, you need to specify Properties > Add > Existing Item and browse to and select the annotations definitions file.
For the most current information on optimal C/C++ and Fortran build settings, see Getting Started with Intel® Advisor.