I am parsing client logs for DYNOBJECTS entries in search of an evasive memory leak. Then I came across this line:
[19/07/12@12:37:06.714+0200] P-000377 T-3731056384 3 AS-6 DYNOBJECTS fmConvertLongchar LONGCHAR (someMethos some.class @ 246)
Does anybody know what that line means?
Normally a LONGCHAR is preceded with "Allocated" or "Deallocated", but what does "fmConvertLongchar" mean?
Simon L Prinsloo
Seems like we’re converting a string to a LONGCHAR... for an assignment or parameter passing? Can’t check right now so it’s a guess. But if you look at the line in question, it may become obvious.