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E1: 45: Data Pointer Leak In GetArrayofCategoryCodes (B4500700) When Called from Custom Subsystem UBE (Doc ID 2858940.1)

Last updated on MARCH 29, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Advanced Pricing - Sales - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When running Custom Subsystem Application for Loading the Work Order Parts List from F3111Z1 File (R59XXXXXX), Data Pointers are stored by GetArrayofCategoryCodes (B4500700), but never removed.

The issue was duplicated by the client with following test:

  1. Work Order Parts List Z File (F3111Z1) is populated with records.
  2. From batch versions run the subsystem version of R59XXXXXX to process the records.
  3. Check Work With Subsystems (P986113) to verify the job is running
  4. JADE logs show data pointers are stored but never removed
    • JADE3,set=3420,23005,p0b9c6f98,924,getarrayofcategorycodes,b4500700.c,118
  5. After reviewing GetArrayofCategoryCodes (B4500700) code, the client can see function is storing memory pointer in an array but not freeing up the allocated memory.

Cause

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