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Profiling using JProbe

Priya Lavti
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Joined: Oct 11, 2004
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Hi,

I am facing a meory leak in my web application. My requirement is to generate a report and display it in the HTML table. The report may have max of 1000 records and 400 fields. Fist time when i generate the report, it works fine, but second time and onwards i get heap memory error. I am suspecting some meory leak there.

I am using JProbe to trace the meory leak. Here the problem is I have my properties files also with java classes. So every time when do some operation, I get an error in the profiler saying can not instrument bundle.properties file.

At this time I can not change my design to keep properties file out of the source folder.
Is there any way to mention filter in .jpl file, not to instrument .properties files


-Priya
SCJP 5.0
David O'Meara
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"Pinks M",

It appears that after repeated attempts to get you to use a valid display name, you have decided not to. As this is a requirement for using the site I am closing this thread and your account.

If you would like your questions answered, please ask again with a new account with a valid display name.

thanks,
Dave.
 
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