When debugging an application it is often necessary to review and analyze the data stored by .NET objects in a collection. Using the standard debugging tools in Visual Studio 2010 to inspect large amounts of in-memory data can be a time consuming task, especially if you need to look at values stored by multiple objects in a collection.
For example, if you wanted to look at each Person object in a collection, you might use Visual Studio’s Watch window to inspect each Person object one at a time. You would have to expand each collection item in order to view its properties, and there is no easy way to work with that data outside of Visual Studio.
Wouldn’t it be better if you could see the properties of all objects in a collection at a glance?
Or better yet, what if you could export the collection to Excel and analyze it there instead?
Mole 2010 makes it much easier to review and analyze your application’s data. It allows you to view all objects in a collection of data at one time. It also enables you to export that data to a file on disk. When you export a collection of objects to disk, it is saved as a Comma Separated Value (CSV) file that can be opened in Excel.
Learn more about viewing and exporting collections with Mole 2010 here: http://www.molosoft.com/docs/moling-collections/
You can buy a copy of Mole 2010 here: http://www.molosoft.com/purchase/