we have this thick client application running on Oracle forms, using Oracle Application Server version 10.1.2.0.2 and the client side uses Oracle JInitiator: Version 126.96.36.199 on some of the machines, we find the jinitiator console dumping thousands of lines similar to these:
@@@@@@@@ ValorLabel: Logon @@@@@@@@ ToolTipAdded: 1: Position 1 @@@@@@@@ ToolTipAdded: 2: Position 2 @@@@@@@@ ToolTipAdded: 3: Position 3 ######## ValorButton4: Connect pos: 4 @@@@@@@@ ValorLabel: Logon @@@@@@@@ ToolTipAdded: 1: Position 1 @@@@@@@@ ToolTipAdded: 2: Position 2 @@@@@@@@ ToolTipAdded: 3: Position 3
and so on, I searched all over the web, with the application vendor, with Oracle meta link and with microsoft knowledge base but with no luck.
the problem of such repeated message, is that it correlates with high heap memory consumption and slow performance of the application that ends eventually by a crash or a hang.
I hope someone can help us identifying the origin of such dump message
- Client PC is a Windows XP Service Pack 3
- Browsers used IE 6 and IE 7
- jInitator version 188.8.131.52
- Server App Server is AIX 5.3 running Oracle Forms over Oracle App Server (ias) version 10.1.2.0.2 connected to a Database Server on a different box
we are planning to migrate to Sun Java Plug-in soon, but until we go through change management and testing, we need to find a reason behind this problem
update this problem does not happen to my laptop, which is having the same jinitiator version. the only difference I can see is the availability of different JREs and JDKs since I have eclipse installed on this machine..
However, the JRE used by jinitator in both cases (my latop and the affected PCs) is the exact same one.
Oracle JInitiator: Version 184.108.40.206 Using JRE version 220.127.116.11-internal Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM
I did a dump system properties on the console and the result was almost the same between both terminals (good one and bad one) except for the user name. and some extra paths
thanks a million for your help