We use mbusiness server (5.5) with clients working on hp ipaq 2210 devices
for our SFA solution.
In the last several weeks, we have seen at the helpdesk an alarming rise in
the number of application errors, related to the inability to write to an
XML table (the error comes up during a data save stage).
The table in question has about 3000 records.
To solve the problem, we often need to ask the user to do a full synch,
althouth that not always helps.
Sometimes we ask the user to do a synch, then after the sync do a ctrl-q to
close the client application, and then a restart of the device.
One of the programmers has suggested that this might be related to the XML
memory leakage problem, where the client application opens up the big table,
and then while trying to save data back into the table runs out of program
Can anyone suggest anything?
From: "Marcin Zastawny" <email@example.com>
Subject: memory error in xml version?
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Can you be specific about the errors you are getting: error behavior,
message and repro steps? Code snippets and description of your solution
will also help.
Btw, the same M-business technology powers the Salesforce.com Offline PDA
Edition and is able to deal with up to 6,000 records without problems. You
can try it out here: