This tutorial assumes that you have read the memory leak tutorial about detecting memory leaks and that you have built the sample application. If you have not done this, please do so before continuing with this tutorial.
This tutorial demonstrates how to prevent the display of specific datatypes, by using a filter to control the data on the display. The filter can be inverted, thus converting the filter from “display anything not matching this filter” into “only display items matching this filter”.
Select [installdir]\nativeExample\debugNonLink\nativeExample.exe using the Browse… button. Accept all default settings and move through all pages of the wizard to the last page. Click the Start Application button.
Click OK to accept the filter definition. The Memory tab display automatically updates.
Add some more filters for CStringData*, CPlex*, CRecentFileList types to remove the MFC types from the display.
To edit Global or Session filters you must use the Filter Manager, available from the toolbar or the Managers menu.