If you are looking for command line options/args used for the target application, then that data is saved which can be found in the .csv file.
In the CSV file, look for "Command Line Arguments:" row to get all the options/args used for process/image.
In the UI, look for "Session Information" > "Command Line Arguments:"
If this doesn't answer what you are looking for then please let us know.
Currently uProf only stores the command line options of the application launched through it. It does not collect/store the command options of the spawned child processes of the profiled application. Is this request for Windows or Linux?
It's request for Windows.
I think it will be ok store "Process ID", "Process Name", "Command Line" in some separate table.