What does this message in the stcms log mean 'destructor called when reference count non-zero'

(Doc ID 1028848.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 01, 2016

Applies to:

Sun e*Gate - Version 4.5.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Sun SeeBeyond e*Gate - Version: 4.5.3 and later
Checked for relevance on 18-Apr-2011
***Checked for relevance on 12-May-2014***

Symptoms

When the following messages are logged in the stcms log file, what does it mean?


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[ 8-Feb-2005 14:56:29.825] *** START LOG FOR: STCMS ***
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14:56:36.293 JMS W 258 (logger.cpp:2809): Validate() : log file /RMSP1/egate/egateprd/client/stcms/iqJMS_2/stcmsd58b3af9.dbs in use flag set
14:56:36.293 JMS W 258 (logger.cpp:2814): Validate() : log file /RMSP1/egate/egateprd/client/stcms/iqJMS_2/stcmsd58b3af9.dbs dirty flag set
14:56:39.847 JMS W 1 (reference.cpp:61): Reference() destructor called when reference count non-zero
15:05:08.565 JMS W 1 (reference.cpp:61): Reference() destructor called when reference count non-zero
15:05:13.887 JMS W 1 (reference.cpp:61): Reference() destructor called when reference count non-zero

Cause

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