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Insufficient memory to display page.

3 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2004-06-28 17:14:04.0Z
Michael Johnson Posted on 2004-06-18 17:24:10.0Z
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I have a Javascript/XML app that has 4 screens. Each screen
interacts with the XML databases. I have 14 meg free on my
CLIE S360, and my channel is all of 27k as reported by the
AvantGo client. When I load my app, I can go through the
first three screens without a problem, but when I either try
to go to the fourth screen, or if I backup and try to reload
the third screen, I get the following error alert:

Insufficient memory to display page.

And then it dumps me to the AvantGo home page. I have made
sure I am closing all databases, and not keeping objects in
global vars. There are no loops or recursion that could be
overflowing the stack. So my question is why am I getting
this error, and what can I do to work around it. I'm
running out of ideas to try.

Mike.


Michael Johnson Posted on 2004-06-18 18:10:04.0Z
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It looks like this might be a memory leak. I reset my palm,
and the code started working.

Mike.

> I have a Javascript/XML app that has 4 screens. Each
> screen interacts with the XML databases. I have 14 meg
> free on my CLIE S360, and my channel is all of 27k as
> reported by the AvantGo client. When I load my app, I can
> go through the first three screens without a problem, but
> when I either try to go to the fourth screen, or if I
> backup and try to reload the third screen, I get the
> following error alert:
>
> Insufficient memory to display page.
>
> And then it dumps me to the AvantGo home page. I have
> made sure I am closing all databases, and not keeping
> objects in global vars. There are no loops or recursion
> that could be overflowing the stack. So my question is
> why am I getting this error, and what can I do to work
> around it. I'm running out of ideas to try.
>
> Mike.


TomSilver Posted on 2004-06-28 17:14:04.0Z
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Mike,

How many records are in your XML databases?

Note that the XML record size is not reported in the AvantGo
channel size... only the WebToGo channel size is reported
there.

Also, you mention that you browse through 3 pages and get
the error on the fourth page... Can you isolate this to only
the fourth page or will going from page 4 to 3 to 2 to 1 do
the same...

Thanks,

Tom

> It looks like this might be a memory leak. I reset my
> palm, and the code started working.
>
> Mike.
>
> > I have a Javascript/XML app that has 4 screens. Each
> > screen interacts with the XML databases. I have 14 meg
> > free on my CLIE S360, and my channel is all of 27k as
> > reported by the AvantGo client. When I load my app, I
> > can go through the first three screens without a problem
> > , but when I either try to go to the fourth screen, or
> > if I backup and try to reload the third screen, I get
> > the following error alert:
> >
> > Insufficient memory to display page.
> >
> > And then it dumps me to the AvantGo home page. I have
> > made sure I am closing all databases, and not keeping
> > objects in global vars. There are no loops or recursion
> > that could be overflowing the stack. So my question is
> > why am I getting this error, and what can I do to work
> > around it. I'm running out of ideas to try.
> >
> > Mike.