Source code insertion overview

Source code insertion (SCI) technology uses instrumentation techniques that automatically adds special code to the source files under analysis. After compilation, execution of the code produces SCI dump data for the selected runtime analysis or automated testing features.

HCL OneTest Embedded makes extensive use of source code insertion technology to transparently produce test and analysis reports on both native and embedded target platforms.

To learn about See
Estimating how much extra resources will be required to use source code insertion technology on your code Estimating instrumentation overhead
Making sure that source code instrumentation keeps a small footprint Reducing instrumentation overhead
How to control how SCI dumps return data from the application to HCL OneTest Embedded Generating SCI dumps
Reference information on the macro directives that you can insert into your source code to control SCI dumps and other parameters Instrumentation pragmas
Information about runtime analysis tools that use source code insertion Runtime analysis overview

Related Topics

Runtime Analysis | Estimating Instrumentation Overhead | Generating SCI Dumps