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XML - DOM - OutOfMemoryException

George Berlak
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Joined: Dec 15, 2004
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The method below is called several thousand times when 50 users are working with the same screen/form. Result: 2 hours later, the application throws an OutOfMemoryException. The profiler indicates that this method creates many XMLAttr instances when calling the setAttribute method. These objects are not garbage collected by the JVM.

What is wrong with this method? Or is this a bug in the XML parser (Oracle)?

The mDataRowModelDataRowElement object is created when the user starts working with the form and it can be garbage collected when the user exits the given form, which never happens because the application throws an OutOfMemoryException before the user could finish his/her job (after 2 hours).



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[ May 04, 2005: Message edited by: Madhav Lakkapragada ]

Regards,<br /> <br />George Berlak<br />M.Sc in IT, SCJP, SCWD<br />IBM Certified Software Specialist<br />IBM Certified e-Business Professional<br />IBM Certified Database Associate
 
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