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From Andrus Adamchik <>
Subject Re: Cayenne 3T - Swing GUI - high memory usage
Date Sun, 21 May 2006 17:34:52 GMT

I can't give you general pointers, I guess I'll need to poke around  
myself to doublecheck that things work on Cayenne end (I am also  
using Jetty for testing). Will put it on my TODO list for next week.

If no problems are found on Cayenne end, if you wish I can take a  
look at your application - we can work out some reasonable support fee.


On May 21, 2006, at 10:33 AM, Marek Wawrzyczny wrote:
> Hi,
> We still have not been able to resolve high memory usage with our  
> multi-tier
> cayenne client. Timing out the Http sessions made no difference.
> Can someone give me some pointers as to the mechanism that binds a  
> servlet
> session to the corresponding object context on the server? Which  
> classes do I
> need to look into.
> Also, how do the editing contexts initiated by the client, shared  
> and peer,
> time out on the server? They don't seem to be tied to the Http  
> session.
> Finally, has anyone tried using an embedded Jetty (  
> server
> with the cayenne servlet? If not, has anyone attempted using the  
> embedded
> Tomcat server?
> Regards,
> Marek Wawrzyczny

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