When Using iwf_brw_ent Auto Expanding Structure, the Server Process Memory Usage Increases
Last updated on JUNE 13, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Agile Engineering Data Management - Version 126.96.36.199 to 188.8.131.52 [Release 6.1.0 to 6.2.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
On Applications Agile 184.108.40.206 :
When calling the Java client browser with the userexit IWF_BRW_ENT with either <ACT and <SEL for classification for example, it will add a new tab in the browser that displays the classes. When switching between one of the default tabs and the new tab, the java process memory consumption goes higher with each switch. It does not appear that the memory of the java process will be released.
No error, possible error if the maximum allowed for the Java Client to run is exceeded.
Releasing the memory mechanism when switching between Browser default tabs to the one formed by userexit iwf_brw_ent.
What is working
Userexit IWF_BRW_ENT works with both <ACT and <SEL, but the parameters /NTR, /CLOSE, /BITMAP, /OPENALL appear to not be working.
STEP TO REPRODUCE
1. Create a hierarchy of classes.
2. Go to Event Data and create a new event:
Key Shift Status User Action Parameter
T_EVENT.C_NAME T_EVENT.C_GOLD T_EVENT.C_STATUS T_EVENT.C_USER T_EVENT.C_ACTION T_EVENT.C_PARAMETER
F12 n WDG EDBCUSTO iwf_brw_ent <@ACT EDB-GRP-SLB, /NTR
3. Go to Class form/list and press F12 defined at step 2. It will load in Browser the Classes that exist.
4. On the system where the Java Client is running, monitor the memory consumption of the java process.
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